Again and again, Montblanc takes advantage of its rich watchmaking heritage to create impressive innovations.
One of the Montblanc manufactories is located in an Art Nouveau villa in Le Locle in the Jura Mountains that was built in 1906, the year the company was founded. Here and in Villeret, master watchmakers create strikingly modern watches that are carefully constructed according to traditional principles. Masterpieces of microengineering make seemingly impossible functions possible and demonstrate the company’s horological excellence. The strong bond between Montblanc and Wempe, both of which have their headquarters in Hamburg, is based on their enthusiasm for perfect craftsmanship.