The Jules Audemars collection pays homage to one of the two founding fathers of the manufacture, a true pioneer in the field of complications, and embodies Audemars Piguet’s traditional values.
When elegance meets excellence.
The level of finish is what makes the difference, over and above the technical complexity and reliability.
Designing a supremely comfortable and aesthetically pleasing case is an art in itself, involving a highly technical production process.
At the hand of the master-craftsman, the uncompromising art of gemsetting transforms the timepiece, enhancing its beauty even further.
The talented Jules Louis Audemars designed around twenty complex movements after he set up his workshop in the family home in 1875, and used these pieces as start-up collateral when he joined forces with Edward Auguste Piguet in 1881. A number of mechanical masterpieces were to follow, which left their footprint on the history of watchmaking and became the Manufacture’s ancestral heritage.