Ulysse Nardin initially went into production in 1846, two decades later it moved into a new headquarters. Ever since, the team has been in the same building creating in-house mechanical wristwatches. Ulysse Nardin specialises in the manufacture of high-end marine chronometers, producing watches for a large number of the world’s navies. Besides the nautical variety, they have created a number of technically impressive timepieces such as the Astrolabium Galileo Galilei, which at the time of its release was dubbed “the world’s most complicated wristwatch”. In 2014, the company was bought-out by luxury goods conglomerate Kering, placing it under the same umbrella as the likes of Gucci and Girard-Perregaux.
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