Thursday, June 24, 2021
Home Tags Pequignet

Tag: pequignet

Pequignet shows shift in Attitude with latest limited range

The brand says the "Initial" is a movement important for both Pequignet and for French watchmaking in general.

Pequignet heads to WatchPro Salon as the brand’s British revival continues

The news comes just days after the likes of Laurent Ferrier and Kari Voutilainan also committed to the event to be held at The Londoner, a brand new 5-star hotel in Leicester Square, from November 12-13.

BREAKING NEWS: Pequignet plunged into liquidation by French court

Luxury French watchmaker Pequignet has been placed into liquidation by the Commercial Court in its home town of Besan├žon. In a statement from the brand...

Elliot Brown expands leadership team with new head of national sales

Guy Allen has joined Elliot Brown as head of national sales as the brand continues to grow beyond its start-up phase and into a...

50 Brands of Basel: Pequignet

Pequignet is unveiling two new complications at once for the new version of its Calibre Royal: the GMT and the day/night indicator. The Rue Royale...

HOT 100 BRAND CHAMPIONS: Guy & Carolyn,Soul London

What does having your photo taken in a vineyard in the Surrey Hills say about you? “Er, that we really like wine,” quips Guy...

Mechanical Watch of the Year 2015

WatchPro Mechanical Watch of the Year 2015 This category looks under the hood for evidence of mastery of the mechanical movement and an innovative approach...

Pequignet to debut collection at London Watch Show

Pequignet has chosen to launch its manufacture collection into the UK at the London Watch Show 2014. The French watchmaking company will showcase its collection...

Pequignet relaunch attracts new retailers

Pequignet’s UK relaunch at the end of last year has led to the French manufacture signing up several new retailers. Beadle & Hill in Carlisle,...

Pequignet Manufacture announces continuation plan

French watch brand Pequignet has announced its plans to rebuild the brand after it was announced that it had gone into receivership in France...