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Vacheron Constantin
CRAFTING ETERNITY SINCE 1755
Founded in 1755, Vacheron Constantin has been forged by a quest for excellence, in harmony with its motto, “do better if possible, and that is always possible”. Today it is the oldest watch making manufacturer in continuous operation, with more than 260 years of uninterrupted expertise and production.
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Glashütte Original
Glashütte Original is the rightful heir to Glashütte’s legacy in the art of watchmaking for more than 170 years. Asan authentic high-end manufactory, it brings the finest in watchmaking traditions together and combines them, under one roof, with the most advanced production technologies.
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Chaumet
THE ART OF THE JEWELLERY SINCE 1780
The history of Chaumet has been entwined with the History of France ever since its founding in 1780, in Paris. Indeed, the Maison very quickly became the official jeweller to Empress Josephine. The High Jewellery savoir-faire of the Maison has been passed down through generations of jewellers for 235 years. Crafted at the very heart of the place Vendôme, the jewellery and watchmaking creations reflect these exceptional skills and pay tribute to the Parisian style.
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Piaget
Play a Different Game
Piaget is one of the few watchmakers to design, develop and produce its watch movements in-house, and has been doing so since 1874. Its finishes are produced in the purest watchmaking tradition, and comply with particularly strict specifications.
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Jaquet Droz
Swiss Watchmaker Since 1738
Through the majestically intertwining and subtly off-centered time indications, the fascinating alternation of Arabic and Roman numerals and the union of two circles evoking the mathematical symbol of infinity, the Grande Seconde Enamel asserts its powerful personality through its ample dimensions and a white or red gold case.
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Blancpain
Manufacture de Haute Horlogerie
Blancpain’s three-hand version of the Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe appears for the first time in a plasma grey ceramic case and bezel a production method that gives the colour a subtle metallic shade. The deep blue dial evokes the depths of the sea and its plasma grey ceramic bezel has been equipped with a blue ceramic insert featuring Liquidmetal® hourmarkers, an alloy serving to avoid distortions.

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