All stages of manufacturing a Baume & Mercier watch
Baume & Mercier begins its history in 1830 when the brothers Louis-Victor and Célestin Baume opened a watchmaking establishment in Les Bois, a town in the Swiss Jura region. It thrived very quickly and built an excellent reputation for creating exceptional models with the latest innovations in the industry.
The company later opened a branch in London under the name of Baume Brothers. Thus, at the end of the 1920th century, the company already had international prestige and had become an indispensable player in watchmaking outside of Switzerland. However, it was not until the early 1918s that the company's manager, William Baume, became associated with Paul Mercier. Thus, Baume & Mercier – Genève was founded in XNUMX, becoming one of the most active companies in the field of wristwatches.
A know-how of 190 years
With all this, the Baume & Mercier house masterfully perpetuates a 190-year-old know-how based on the établissage principle, that is, the company deals with all stages of the watch manufacturing process, including the assembly of its elements. . This denotes excellence and guarantees high-quality results. In this way, its products are designed at the headquarters located in Geneva and take shape in the workshop located in the Swiss Jura, in the town of Les Brenets, therefore the production of Baume & Mercier watches is centralized in Switzerland.