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Breguet 39mm Model 7337BR/1E/RV0

Retail Price - $69,600 Your Savings - $15,310
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Product Description

  • Breguet 39mm Model 7337BR/1E/RV0
  • Classique Moonphase Series
  • 39mm
  • Automatic Movement
  • Offset and Silver Dial
  • Roman Numeral Hour Markers
  • Moonphase Aperture at the 12 o’clock position
  • Small Seconds Sub-Dial at 5 o’clock position
  • Day of the Week Window Top Left Corner
  • Day of the Month Window Top Right Corner
  • 18k Rose Gold Bezel
  • 18k Rose Gold Bracelet
  • Deployant Clasp
  • 18k Rose Gold Case
  • Transparent Case Back
  • Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal
  • Water Resistance – 30 meters / 100 feet
  • Breguet 39mm Model 7337BR/1E/RV0

Call us at (800) 654-7184 for pricing and availability on Breguet 39mm Model 7337BR/1E/RV0

Our Commitment to You
Alan Furman & Company features authentic Breguet 39mm Model 7337BR/1E/RV0. Every Breguet watch, along with Breguet 39mm Model 7337BR/1E/RV0, we sell is guaranteed to be authentic. We have been selling Breguet Watches since 1985. We discount genuine Breguet watches including Tradition, Classique, Marine, Heritage, and Type XX/Type XXI models.  We guarantee each watch is thoroughly inspected before being shipped to you. Our fine watch division offers great discounts on all Breguet watch models. Most Breguet is either stocked in our inventory or is readily available in a matter of days. We honor the manufacturer’s warranty on every watch that we sell.  These watches will be accompanied by a warranty from Alan Furman & Co. which displays our written guarantee.  Merchandise and watches may be returned to us for warranty repair or replacement. Items purchased from us that are not special orders may be returned unused for a full refund, less shipping costs. All returns must be made within 10 days of receipt.

The Breguet Brand
Breguet was founded in 1775 by Abraham-Louis Breguet. Abraham was a Swiss watchmaker who was born in January of 1747 in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Breguet’s father’s died in 1758. Some years later, Abraham’s mother remarried to Joseph Tattet. Tattet came from a family of watchmakers. They moved to Paris where they had a showroom. The family tried to draw Abraham into the trade. Eventually he found interest and in 1762 he was sent to be apprenticed to a Versailles master watchmaker. Abraham studied watchmaking for 10 years under Ferdinand Berthoud and Jean-Antoine Lépine before setting up his own watchmaking business in Paris, France. The business was a success. Breguet made three series of watches, and the highest numbering of the three reached 5120. It is estimated that his shop produced around 17,000 timepieces during Breguet’s life. Because of his minute attention to detail and his constant experimentation, no two Breguet pieces are exactly alike. His achievements soon attracted a wealthy and influential clientele: Louis XVI and his Queen Marie-Antoinette, Louis XVIII, Napoleon Bonaparte, and the 1st Duke of Wellington to name a few. In 1783, Breguet invented the gong spring for the minute repeater. He also designed the famous open-tipped hands known as “Breguet hands” and Breguet’s Arabic numerals. Later, in 1789, he invented the ratchet key known as the “Breguet key” which allows the escapement to work without oil. In 1807, he took on his son Louis-Antoine as his partner, renaming the firm “Breguet et Fils” (Breguet and Sons). Louis-Antoine took over the firm upon the death of his father in 1823. After a couple of generations taking over the business, Abraham-Louis’ great-grandson, Louis Antoine (1851–1882) was the last of the Breguet family to run the business. The Breguet company hired English watchmaker Edward Brown to manage the factory. Brown eventually became a partner and, after Breguet’s grandson’s death, the owner and head of the company.

Call us at (800) 654-7184 for pricing and availability on Breguet 39mm Model 7337BR/1E/RV0

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