In 1875, Jules Audemars and Edward Piguet established what is today the oldest watch manufacturer to still be in the hands of its founding families. After the pair passed away, their sons, Paul-Louis Audemars and Paul-Edward Piguet took over the business and continued producing revolutionary pieces like the world’s thinnest pocket watch movement and the first ever skeleton pocket watch. Today, the company continues to produce its movements in-house and is considered one of the big three Swiss watch manufactures, boasting three production sites and a workshop specialising in watch repairs for pieces that are 200 years old. Read more here.
Audemars Piguet sets a world record for thinness.
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