Breguet's archives, kept in Switzerland and in Paris, record the developments that have sustained Breguet watchmaking for more than two centuries. The firm is committed to remaining ahead of its time with a flow of inventions and improvements.
Today Breguet watches are made in the Vallee de Joux, the centre of advanced mechanical horology. The Breguet work-shops bring together extraordinary resources to handle the essential aspects of watchmaking.
Equipped with watchmaking tools that A.-L. Breguet could scarcely imagine, his successors in the Breguet workshops combine avant-garde processes with closely guarded traditional techniques. The constant modernization of their equipment reveals the motivation of the craftsmen who build Breguet watches: pride in their work.
Driven by the same enthusiasm that A.-L. Breguet brought to his art, craftsmen daily strive to perfect the timepieces that earn Breguet its position as the architect of fine horology.