Since its creation, Jaeger-LeCoultre has made precision an art form in its own right, balancing skills and artistry with sophistication and aesthetic finesse. In keeping with the inventive spirit initiated in 1833 by its founder Antoine LeCoultre, the artisans of the Manufacture have created collections which have been at the forefront of fine watchmaking: The Reverso, Master, Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris, Rendez-Vous and Atmos. This rich legacy built by the Grande Maison over centuries serves as a constant source of inspiration in pushing the boundaries through unprecedented timepieces.
Jaeger-LeCoultre has had a strong bond with the United Kingdom throughout its history. From the 1851 Universal Exhibition in London, where Antoine LeCoultre was awarded with the gold medal for his major contribution to the development of the watchmaking industry, to the development of the Calibre 101 that equipped the watch worn by Queen Elizabeth II on her Coronation, through the iconic Reverso watch, originally created in 1931 for British officers playing polo in India…numerous examples illustrate the very special tie that unites the Manufacture of the Vallée de Joux and the UK.
To best welcome and serve its passionate clientele, Jaeger-LeCoultre London Flagship is the ideal space and location for connoisseurs to experience fine watchmaking. Meet the experienced team and Master Watchmaker to discover the stories of 185 years of savoir-faire behind each Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece. Visit the Heritage Salon and its Wall of Calibres featuring 66 movements from over 1,262 calibres developed and produced in-house from 1840 to today.