Abraham Louis Breguet opened his watchmaking workshop in 1775 where watches made for Napoleon, Marie Antoinette, the Queen of Naples, Tsar Alexander, King George IV and other eminent personalities saw the light. Not only that: that atelier was also the place where great technical and aesthetic innovations were born such as the tourbillon, the Breguet terminal curve, the shockproof parachute, the guilloché dials, the pomme hands and the Breguet numerals ... These are just some of the countless inventions that, 200 years later, still appear in the pantheon of watchmaking. The links that unite Breguet with the richest heritage existing in the entire history of watchmaking constitute an inexhaustible source of inspiration for the brand. Breguet therefore draws on its roots not only to ensure that the inventions and creations of the founder continue to live, but to give free rein to the passion for research and innovation. This is the most important legacy of Abraham-Louis Breguet: the relentless research aimed at moving the frontiers of watchmaking further and further.