Tissot was founded in 1853 by father and son team, Charles-Felicien Tissot and Charles-Emile Tissot.
Since that time, the Tissot brand has pioneered an impressive number of advancements in watchmaking history, including the first mass-produced pocket watch, the first dual time-zone pocket watch, and the first plastic watch, among others.
Under the name PAUL BREGUETTE, EBEL created wristwatches specially for the American market.1935 Diploma at the Brussels Uiversal Exhibition.
Ebel was the first watch company to set up the "Western Electric" precision evaluation system.1935 Paris Diploma of Art and Technique.
The brand attracted demanding new clients, such as the VACHERON & CONSTANTIN brand ASTRAL.EBEL commissioned to produce watches for CARTIER.1982 Launch of the Chronograph SPORT-AUTOMATIK equipped with Zenith EL PRIMERO caliber.1983 Launch of the Perpetual Calendar Chronograph.1986 ARCHITECT OF THE TIMES introduced to mark the brands 75 birthday.The TUDOR Royal seen here is a ladies’ watch in 9 ct gold. The dial is silvery white with gold Arabic numeral appliques.The barrel-shaped mechanical movement is one of the brand’s smallest, calibre 343, which measures 13 mm wide, 15.55 mm long and 3.60 mm thick. Derived from the Peseux calibre 342, it has no seconds hand and is equipped with a shock absorber system. The flexible articulated snake chain bracelet is in 9 ct gold. From 1969 onwards, with the principles of a classic aesthetic established beyond doubt and the brand’s production moving increasingly towards robust and technical products, the rose disappeared from the logo in favour of the shield – a symbol of solidity and unfailing reliability.