Jaeger-LeCoultre watches - sophisticated sophistication

Jaeger-LeCoultre Swiss watches began their history in 1833 and since then have won a firm place both in the market of high-end precision and luxury watches and in the hearts of connoisseurs of watchmaking art. For almost 200 years of its existence, the watch manufactory has presented the world with more than 400 watch discoveries and improvements, including the Atmos perpetual clock (1928) and the watch collection of indestructible watches with two dials Reverso, which received particular popularity from the military Expeditionary Forces of Great Britain, as they could show the time in different time zones at the same time.

Jaeger-LeCoultre is also known for its Caliber 101 movement, the thinnest hand-wound caliber in watchmaking history

The Jaeger-LeCoultre watch was worn by Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain on the day of her coronation on February 6, 1952 - and it was real sophisticated sophistication.