Manufacture

Manufacture

In 2004, Frederique Constant entered the elite circle of Swiss watchmaking brands that develop and produce their own in-house caliber. Consequently, the company became a “Manufacture”: in-house developed, in-house produced, in-house assembled. Frederique Constant has gradually become an important player within the watchmaking industry. With the ambition to offer the best quality at the most appropriate price, the Maison hasn’t stopped investing in production equipment. Offering today 30 in-house calibers, and besides surrounding ourselves with highly qualified watchmakers, we have developed all our departments to be able to control the various stages of the production of our watches, from initial conception to the final quality control, including assembly.

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The trade name Frederique Constant is a combination of two names: Frederique Schreiner, 1881-1969 (Aletta’s great-grandmother’s name) and Constant Stas, 1880-1967 (Peter’s great grandfather’s name). On top of “FREDERIQUE CONSTANT GENEVE” stands the Constant’s family crest (coat of arm)

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