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Jaeger-LeCoultre sit in the higher echelons of luxury horology, an authoritative brand, revered among watch connoisseurs and aficionados. Over the years Jaeger-LeCoultre have produced eye-wateringly exquisite timepieces, a noticeable feat includes inventing the smallest mechanical movement ever made in 1929 It was an invention that led to the first Jaeger-LeCoultre workshop. Since 1833, the Manufacture has not only fostered this heritage of invention, creativity and technical skill together under one roof but also constantly set out in search of innovation. Over 180 kinds of watchmaking expertise, from the rarest craft professions to the cutting-edge technologies, all under one roof. From cinema to equestrian sports to motor racing: the rich world of Jaeger-LeCoultre.
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