Dreyfuss & Co Watches
Standing for a proud watch-making tradition, today the family owned business of Dreyfuss Watches continues to produce their exclusive range of timepieces. Since 1925 the company has been renowned for its handmade Swiss watches boasting quality movements in a range of classic and contemporary styles.
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A distinguished brand borne out of tradition, Dreyfuss watches are the legacy of founder Rene Dreyfuss. Rene was born in the Swiss town of Le Chaux de Fonds in 1890. Following the First World War and the popularisation of wristwatches Rene, now a master Horologist, was in the ideal location to begin his specialist workshop. Today the company continues to offer luxury, classic watch models with subtle contemporary twists.
Each watch is hand-made and individually numbered to ensure that perfect standards are met.
The company aims to provide an item that will be treasured for generations and handed down as a heirloom, one with can be passed on alongside your own story. Every ounce of our passion is poured into our watches so that you can rest assured your timepiece will keep ticking with Swiss reliability and accuracy for years to come.
Featuring genuine Swiss movements and craftsmanship these timepieces Dreyfuss watches are the zenith in style and precision. Only the best parts of our watch making expertise go into making each and every timepiece. Dreyfuss watches feature high-quality Sapphire glass, and an innovative brushed steel finish. You can be safe in the knowledge that your watch has been assembled with the finest traditions and latest technologies.
Many of the range bear the Seafarer stamp indicating the watches are waterproof. The seafarer stamp gives you the reassurance that you can enjoy all your water sports, from swimming and diving, to wind surfing and water skiing, without fear of damaging your watch.
To complete the high quality package, each watch is protected by a sumptuous hand-made presentation cabinet to protect and display the watch when it is not in its more natural home of the owner’s wrist.Read Less