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Paris Salon Belles Montres

The eighth edition of Salon Belles Montres will take place in the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, November 21-23, 2014

With more than 13,500 visitors in 2013, the Salon Belles Montres is based on a strong mind-set: open the world of prestige watchmaking to as many as people as possible, bringing together in one place brands and brilliant independent watchmakers, sometimes overlooked in France.

Visitors will have the opportunity to admire, try and discover time pieces displayed on 3,500 sq. meters from more than 45 watch brands. The can also grow through workshops or watch mini-conferences, measure the accuracy of a watch through new technologies, discover a fleeting bookstore or even perform a free valuation of a vintage watch.

However, the Salon Belles Montres is not only dedicated to men, since many watchmakers also have collections dedicated to women: custom bracelets inspired by fashion and fine jewellery pieces, they will find unique wrist jewellery, and to the delight of the female audience who is even more passionate about tourbillon mechanisms and chronographs.

 

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Exhibitors list
4n - A. Lange & Söhne - Andreas Strehler - Auricoste - Azimuth Watches - Bell & Ross - Boucheron - Bovet - Bremont - Buben & Zorweg - Cabestan - Camille Fournet - Chopard - Claude Meylan - Cvstos - Eberhard & Co. - Edox - Eterna - Frederique Constant   - Girard-Perregaux - Greco Geneve - Greubel Forsey - Grönefeld - Gucci  Hermes - Hyt  - Jämes C.Pellaton - Jeanrichard  - Lepsi - Ludovic Ballouard Oris - Pequignet - Pierre Thomas - Raidillon - Ralf Tech - Ralph Lauren  Richard Mille - Romain Jerome - Suissemecanica - Tudor - Ulysse Nardin Utinam - Vianney Halter - Voutilainen - Watche...


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