5. Patek Philippe
Patek Philippe & Co. is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer that was founded in 1851 and is based in Geneva and the Vallée de Joux. It mostly serves heads of states and royalties and it is known to make extremely complicated mechanical watches. This means that their line is exclusive and of top quality. There are many timepieces which are no longer manufactured by anyone have been placed at the Patek Philippe Museum as part of their long history of watchmaking.
4. Roger Dubuis
Roger Dubuis is a jewellery brand and luxury watchmaker that was founded by Carlos Dias and Roger Dubuis in 1995. Previously, Roger Dubuis worked for Patek Philippe making complicated watches for that brand. Carlos Dias on the other hand worked with Franck Muller before joining hands with Roger Dubuis. Roger Dubuis watches have both traditional and modern designs infused together. Its watches are considered as part of a status symbol too. For exclusivity there are always 28 examples of each precious metal encasing watch by Roger Dubuis.
Cartier S.A. is a French jeweler and watch manufacturer headquartered in Paris, which is famous for Cartier family of jewelers who had a sole monopoly till 1964 in watchmaking. The company was founded in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier. The watches made by Cartier are in particular known to embellish royalties and celebrities. Prince of Wales Edward VII called Cartier as “Jewller of the Kings, King of Jewellers” and then followed a series of orders from various other royalties to serve their timekeeping with wristwatches studded with jewels, diamonds, sapphires, and other precious stones.
Omega SA is a Swiss luxury watchmaker that was founded in 1848 in Bienne, Switzerland by Louis Brandt and its parent company is the Swatch Group. When initially founded, Omega was not a well-known brand, but later gained credibility since 1894. The brand is well-known for watchmaking throughout the world and is part of a status symbol. In 1917, Omega watches were officially chosen by the British Royal Flying Corps to keep track of time and in 1918, the American army did the same. Omega also holds the distinction of being the first watch on the moon in 1969 as NASA official uses its watches. It has been used as a status symbol in pop culture through James Bond films since 1995. There are many high-ranking public figures and celebrities who also wear Omega as part of their style for accessories. According to Omega’s own estimates, seven out of ten people have heard about the watch.
Rolex SA is a Swiss watchmaking manufacturer of luxury watches. The brand was founded in 1905 in London, England by Hans Wilsdorf, Alfred Davis. However, now it is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Its watches are considered as status symbols. The Rolex brand is considered to be the world’s leading brand in valuable items. It is also the largest luxury watch brand that makes 2,000 watches per day that makes them earn billions annually.
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