A symbol of historical and cultural heritage and technological avant-garde, Breguet has consistently exercised a powerful fascination through its capacity for innovation. From the tourbillon to the gong spring, a number of inventions by A.-L. Breguet have made an indelible imprint on the history of Fine Watchmaking since 1775.
Mechanics of Time Since 1791
Girard-Perregaux is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer that traces its origins to 1791. It is devoted to the creation of state-of-the-art Haute Horlogerie and is one of the few watchmakers to unite all the skills of design and manufacture under the same roof — including the forging of the “heart” of the watch, the movement.
The Inventors from the Vallée de Joux
A major player in watchmaking history since 1833 based in the Vallée de Joux (Switzerland), the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre currently houses the 180 skills required to entirely develop and produce the most prestigious timepieces.
230 years of Creation
For 230 years Chaumet’s expertise in Fine Jewellery has been bequeathed from one master jeweller to another, bearing witness to the tastes of Parisians of every period. The jewellery and watch creations reflect this exceptional insight and knowledge and reveal messages of love. Sentimental jewellery is again the unifying theme of the new collections.
Vacheron Constantin
With over 250 years of history, Vacheron Constantin is the world’s oldest watch Manufacture to have enjoyed uninterrupted activity since its founding in 1755. Year after year, Vacheron Constantin reinforces its reputation based on its know-how and on its sense of technical and aesthetic innovation.

Specialising in beautiful Swiss watches since 1991, Monards can be found in the heart of Collins Street in the Melbourne CBD.