The Origin of Rolex and the British Open
Rolex has an established partnership with the sport of golf spanning more than five decades. One of their longest-standing relationships has been with the British Open, also known as The Open Championship. The first British Open debuted in 1860,
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Oris was first established in Holstein, Switzerland in 1904. The brand was an instant success and soon emerged as a prominent local business as well as a leading presence in the watch industry. Like any company, they’ve incurred their ups and downs over the years.
The History of Audemars Piguet: Founding the Brand
In 1874, two young entrepreneurs in their early twenties reconnected in the Vallee de Joux in Switzerland. The pair had known each other since childhood, and their names were Jules Louis Audemars and Edward Auguste Piguet. A year
The Origin of Rolex and Wimbledon
The partnership between luxury watchmaker Rolex and the sport of tennis began in 1978. That year, the brand became the official timekeeper at Wimbledon, the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. Since then, tennis has become an
Hublot: The Official Timekeeper
We’re in the last days of the highly anticipated World Cup. Here, the top two teams are in the final round, hoping to claim victory in Russia. Every four years, the legendary sporting event partners with a luxury watch brand as the
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Oris Watches: The Beginning
Oris watches, the company, was founded in in 1904 by Paul Cattin and Georges Christian, and the brand quickly found success. Within just a few short years, they became a powerful business in the town of Holstein, Switzerland and an influential force in
In 1945, Rolex was celebrating their 40th anniversary. To commemorate the occasion, they wanted to create a timepiece that was different than any other watch offered at the time. The result was the first self-winding, water resistant wristwatch with a date window on the dial.
From Controversial to Classics
When you think of Audemars Piguet, you might immediately think of the brand’s iconic Royal Oak. Although the one-of-a-kind design was polarizing at first, it’s now a cult classic. The model is not just the flagship of the brand. The two have