Swiss Prestige Ltd. is established in 1988 by Emil J.F. Klingelfuss and Jean-Claude Biver with the purpose of representing Swiss watch manufacturers in Asia. From the very beginning Swiss Prestige specialised itself in marketing and distribution of mechanical Swiss watches. Blancpain and Oris were amongst the first brands Swiss Prestige helped to build up in various countries across Asia. For over 15 years (1988-2005) Swiss Prestige was the sole distributor of Blancpain in many countries in Asia, before handing it back to the Swatch Group as a successfully developed and established brand. Other exclusive brands Swiss Prestige helped to establish in Asia in the past are amongst others Corum, Hublot, Gerald Genta and Ulysse Nardin.

Today the company is firmly established as a leading distributor of fine Swiss watches throughout Asia. Through its head office and subsidiaries, Swiss Prestige represents well-known Swiss watch brands in Hong Ko...



Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey have been working together for nearly 20 years in a relationship founded on their shared technical creativity and quest for perfection.

In 1999 they began working on a new generation of tourbillon specifically designed to improve the timekeeping of the mechanical watch. Four years later they unveiled "Greubel Forsey" and stunned horological aficionados with their innovative Double Tourbillon 30°, a timepiece clearly demonstrating their twin goals of innovation and excellence.

Robert and Stephen continue to build on their deep traditional knowledge gained with four decades of combined experience in high-end complicated timepieces, by inventing and developing technically valid horological complications to rigorous aesthetic principles.

"We are sculptors of time, choreographers of the passing hours and architects of watch movement - with a ...


Charles Girardier known as "Girardier the Elder", a brilliant Geneva watchmaker of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Master watchmaker in 1809.

In 2018 Patrick A. Ulm attracted by the masterpieces in the museums of Agatha Christie UK, Geneva and Paris. He then bought pocket watches from collectors. He finally decided to revive 11the sleeping beaut 11 characterized by original mechanical animations enhanced by an enamel dial.

The new chapter in the history of the watchmaking house Charles Girardier is a contemporary tribute to its va-lues and its particular style. His creations of two centuries ago have inspired us for the patented mechanical animation of the 11Mysterious Signature11 enhanced by grand feu enamel.



Armin Strom upholds the superb hand craftsmanship and tradition of Swiss watchmaking while pursuing technical innovation. Its collections embody how modern technology, such as machine finishing, can enhance the performance and artistry of a fine timepiece. By always exposing the movement in some way, Armin Strom exalts the essence of horological excellence.

Watchmaker Armin Strom founded the company in 1967 in Burgdorf. He sold the firm to the Michel family in 2006 and officially retired in 2011. Michel and Greisler transformed the firm's watchmaking capabilities by establishing a full-scale, vertical Manufacture in 2008. Since that time, ARMIN STROM has developed and produced ten in-house movements, including a micro-rotor tourbillon and a resonance, a resonating dual regulator.



Romain Gauthier is an exclusive high-end watch manufacture based in the Vallée de Joux, Switzerland. The manufacture blends skilled craftsmen and time-honoured watchmaking tools with experienced technicians and cutting-edge production methods, allowing Romain Gauthier to design, produce, decorate, assemble and regulate in house all movements for the brand’s timepieces.

While all this savoir-faire means that quality is uncompromised and precision is impressive, it also imbues Romain Gauthier timepieces with a rare beauty and unique soul.


The horological problem-solvers

More than a watchmaker, Rémi Maillat, founder of Krayon, is a watch design engineer. He has a precious talent: the ability to materialise mathematical calculations into fantastic watchmaking creations with disconcerting simplicity.

Whether it is to realise the aspirations of discerning clients or to give substance to his own imagination, this gifted engineer truly masters the technical complexities of the art of watchmaking. For him, a workable concept that will keep its promise can be sketched out with a pencil.



Pure Watchmaking Artistry Since 1854

A place of origin is a realm that fulfils the need for identity, security, and individualism in life. In the 19th century, Moritz Grossmann found it in a small town in the Ore Mountains: Glashütte. In his atelier there, the exceptionally gifted pioneer developed technically outstanding watch models.

More than 100 years later, watchmaker Christine Hutter discovered the heritage of Moritz Grossmann in Glashütte and established a new manufacture. Today, this is where ancestral craftsmanship is reinterpreted with modern technology. The beginning of a new era in the name of Moritz Grossmann: Origin of a new time.


De Bethune is an independent Swiss watch manufacturer located at L’Auberson, in the Jura mountain pastures of the canton of Vaud, Switzerland. Here, some 30 employees, including watchmakers, engineers, developer-designers, micromechanical engineers, polishers and decorators focus firmly on the research and development of technical and aesthetic innovations in the spirit of the great 18th century master watchmakers.
Tourbillons, perpetual calendars, chronometers, deadbeat seconds, spherical moons, bridges, wheels, pallet-levers, balance wheels, pinions, balance springs and screws as well as cases, dials, floating lugs and hands... Each component is individually designed and crafted with meticulous attention to the slightest detail, including the traditional “Côtes De Bethune” and Microlight engraving.
The brand designs, develops and produces all its timepieces within its own Manufacture. Since its foundation,

De Bethune has developed no fewer than 28 calibres, presented some 30 world premieres and registered a large number of patents as well as producing 150 one-off pieces.
De Bethune has received the highest distinctions awarded by the watch industry all over the world, including the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève “Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix for the best watch of the year.

Today, Denis Flageollet, co-founder of the brand and master watchmaker, together with CEO Pierre Jacques, are spearheading the future of the company. The pure style, clean lines and delicacy of the cases represent the inimitable hallmark of De Bethune creations.
De Bethune’s timepieces can be seen worldwide in our 25 exclusive points of sale and in our showroom in the heart of Geneva’s old city, in a refined, yet welcoming, contemporary setting that wholly embodies the spirit of De Bethune.