Swiss Jewelry Maker’s Marks

Albert
Geneva
Switzerland
e.1962
Albert Jewelry Maker's Mark

Specialties

  • Trained at l’Ecole des Arts Industriels.

Watch Designer for

Awards for

  • Patek Philippe
  • Omega
  • His own workshop.

1962

  • Opened his own workshop.
Audemars Piguet
Switzerland
e.1875
Audemars Piguet

Specialties

  • Created the Grande Complication.
  • First skeleton watch.
  • Thinnest manual wind.
  • Ultra-Thin automatic perpetual.
Baltensperger, Pierre
Zurich
Switzerland
e.1878

Specialties

  • Bahnhofstrasse Manufacturing & Retail Jewelers
  • Manufacturing & Retail Jewelers.
  • Took over the firm in 1950.
Baume & Mercier
Switzerland
c.1830

Specialties

  • Watchmakers

Currently

  • Owned by Richemont Group.
Bautte & Cie.
Geneva
Switzerland
e.1791

Specialties

  • Specialized in very thin watches.
  • Jewelry with enamel and fine gold work rather than expensive gems.

1906

  • Purchased by Girard Perregaux.
Breguet
Switzerland
e.1775

Breguet

Specialties

  • Watchmaker to the Courts of Europe.
Bucherer
Lucerne
Switzerland
e.1888

Specialties

  • High Quality Jewels.
  • Carl-Friedrich Bucherer Opened on the Schwanplatz, Lucerne c.1888
  • c.1930s International Expansion led by son Ernst Bucherer
  • Eventual locations:
    • Zurich
    • St. MOritz
    • Lugao

 

Burch-Korrodi, Meinrad
Zurich
Switzerland
(1897-1978)

Specialties

  • Avante-Garde Artisan Jeweler with Workshop & Retail Outlet.
  • Central School of Arts & Crafts, London.
  • Specialized in Church Silver & Jewelry.
Chopard
Switzerland
e.1860

Specialties

De Grisogono
Geneva
Switzerland
e.1993

Specialties