THE INAUGURAL BREGUET DINNER
5th November 2015
To celebrate master watchmakers Breguet, VIP guests were invited to an evening celebrating haute horlogerie, expert craftsmanship and fine dining in the Thrill Room in Glasgow’s Argyll Arcade. Guests enjoyed a performance by Katherine Bryan of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, an after dinner speech by Adventurer Chris Moon and world famous Champagne Laurent-Perrier UK to accompany each course. The evening concluded with exquisite Louis XIII Rémy Martin Cognac tasting.
As a brand that represents a great historical and cultural heritage as well as avant-garde technology, Breguet has always had a fascinating ability to innovate. It owes its place in European cultural history to its prodigiously inventive founder, Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747-1823), and its position as a benchmark of Fine Watchmaking to its astonishingly skillful master watchmakers of today.
For the first time in Scotland, we were treated to the travelling exhibition of the exclusive Tourbillon timepieces from historically elegant watchmakers Breguet. Guests were among a select few to meet Breguet’s watch Master Craftsman to gain insight into the immaculate detail involved in making a Breguet watch allowing them to see the care and precision involved in making a Breguet timepiece.