Frédérique Constant Watches

Frédérique Constant was founded by Peter and Aletta Stas in 1988. Their passion for luxury Swiss-made timepieces led them to form a watch company with the mission of allowing more people to enjoy luxury at accessible prices.

Much of their collection is manufactured entirely in-house, a rare feat at this price point. Four years after its foundation, the first collectoin was released, equipped with Swiss movements assembled by a Geneva watchmaker.

By 1994 the first 'Heart Beat' timepiece was launched. this features an aperture ont he dial at 12 o'clock to show the heart of its mechanical movement. This aperture has become something of a hallmark of the brand.

The first in-house manufacture movement was in 2004, the FC-910 calibre, and by 2008 a Tourbillon had been created. Tourbillon manufacture is regarded as a pinnacle of watchmaking, achievable by very few specialist watchmakers.

The Art Déco Carrée quartz ladies watch evokes the era of its name with Roman numeral hour markers and a diamond-set bezel.

The Slimline automatic 18ct gold watch is a classic dress watch with a case size of 40mm diameter.

The Highlife automatic with the fetching blue dial is a new release, the stainless steel case housing an automatic movement.

The chronograph Highlife watch, with its dark blue inner dials contains the FC-391 calibre automatic chronograph movement, a serious piece of watchmaking for the price.

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Our flagship Edwardian fronted showroom provides an opulent space to view our stunning collections .