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Gevril Watches

Brief Brand History for :

Jacques Gevril was born in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland and created his first chronometer in 1743. A contemporary of Jaquet-Droz and Daniel Jean-Richard, Gevril contributed to the era's innovation through his creation of complicated watches and clocks. In 1758, he was named watchmaker to the King of Spain. The company he founded continued into the 1800s under the leadership of his descendants. Eventually, the Swiss Watch Company UTC purchased the Gevril name and established a brand in the late 1980s. In 2001, Samuel Friedmann acquired the company.

Product Line Overview:

The Gevril product line is composed of watches in various case materials like stainless steel and 18 karat gold. The company's numerous collections include the Art Deco inspired Avenue of the Americas Collection with elegant, rectangular cases, the Glamour Collection with diamond bezels and mother-of-pearl dials, the Mini Collection with smaller, diamond-bezel lady's watches, the complex Serenade Collection, and several Men's Collections featuring watches with complications such as chronographs and annual calendars.