Jackson Watch Museum Opens Grandly

In 2007, at the 174th anniversary of the founding of the top Swiss watchmaking brand Jaeger-LeCoultre, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Watch Museum, located in the heart of the Jaeger-LeCoultre factory, was grandly opened. This historic location is also the site of the first watchmaking workshop founded by the founder Antoine LeCoultre in 1833. Here, more than 500 pieces of watchmaking gems made entirely by Jaeger-LeCoultre are displayed here, including many masterpieces of art, top quality , Brand masterpieces, and more than three hundred different mechanical movements …
At the Jaeger-LeCoultre Watch Museum
During the event, Mr. Jerome Lambert, the global CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre Brand, came to the scene to celebrate this extraordinary moment with many guests from all over the world, and then projected the high-tech on the ancient buildings of Jaeger-LeCoultre The light show brightened the eyes of many guests. In addition, the brand is particularly honored to invite French actress Carol Bouquet to participate in the grand ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Watch Museum. On the evening of the event, the breeze was blowing, and all the guests were immersed in the magnetic singing of German singers and enjoyed the delicious food. In this space intertwined with ancient and modern atmosphere, these admirers of watchmaking art are all convinced by the complex but superb watchmaking technology witnessed by their own eyes.
 Since the Jaeger-LeCoultre brand was born in the Vallée de Joux in Switzerland in 1833, it has produced many historical collections and contemporary masterpieces including watches, clocks and movements. These rare collections will be First exhibit in the Jaeger-LeCoultre Clock Museum.
In the collection of thousands of watches in the watch factory, Jaeger-LeCoultre has selected more than 500 craftsmanship treasures for display in the Jaeger-LeCoultre Museum of Watches and Clocks, which underscore the important leadership of Jaeger-LeCoultre in the history of Swiss watchmaking, especially in precision Outstanding contributions in the areas of timing, practical functions and exterior design. From pocket watches and wristwatches to ring watches and brooch watches, enthusiasts who admire excellence in craftsmanship will have the opportunity to enjoy watch boutiques spanning a century and a half in the museum.