Customers invited to discover why Breguet ROX

Scottish luxury jeweller ROX hosted an intimate dinner with Breguet to celebrate the historical brand with luxury partners and VIP guests.

The evening was held in the retailers’ opulent Thrill Room at their boutique in Glasgow’s famed Argyll Arcade.

ROX was joined by Breguet UK sales manager, Helen Kirkup and Breguet master watchmaker, Scott Millar as he invited guests to his workbench to join him in appreciation of what makes these timepieces one of the most sought after wrist watches the world. Alongside the five course dinner, Stuart Birtles of Laurent-Perrier Champagne presented a handpicked selection of the House’s most prestigious champagnes to accompany each course.

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Guests also enjoyed some classical music entertainment from Katherine Bryan, principal flautist at the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Author, adventurer and ultra-marathon runner Chris Moon enlightened our guests about his incredible survival skills, life story and what it takes to be a endurance runner and survivor.

Kyron Keogh, managing director at ROX, said: “This event signifies what is at the core of ROX: fine craftsmanship, luxury and the very best in Haute Horology. Breguet represents great historical and cultural heritage as well as avant-garde technology. The brand owes its position as a benchmark of fine watchmaking to its astonishingly skilful master makers of today. The watches really set the tone for an evening of fine dining and a celebration of all things luxury.”

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