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Blancpain is one of the world's most renowned watch manufacturers; one that has constantly evolved to bestow each Blancpain watch with unique character and features. So wearing a second-hand Blancpain watch on your wrist signifies breathing new life to a historic object.
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Three centuries ago...

The House of Blancpain was founded in 1735 in the small Swiss village of Villeret.
Three centuries ago...

Flagship models

Blancpain is the originator of exceptional models such as the Fifty Fathoms diver worn by Commander Cousteau or the delicate Ladybird.
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About Blancpain

A family affair...


Founded in 1735 in Villeret, Switzerland, Blancpain is considered the oldest watch brand in the world. Remaining in the family for more than two centuries, the manufacture has stood the test of time to remain a must-have. Jehan-Jacques Blancpain is at the origin of this renowned manufacture: he set up a workshop on the upper floor of his house. It was not until 1815 that the artisanal enterprise was transformed into a small mechanical watch factory named Blancpain. Frédéric-Louis Blancpain modernized the production methods by introducing a cylinder escapement system that revolutionized watchmaking. Finally, in 1934, the factory was bought by close associates of the family and continued its rise.

...and innovations!
The Blancpain manufacture is also a pioneering mentality: as early as 1815 Frédéric-Louis Blancpain modernized production methods by introducing a cylinder escapement system that revolutionized watchmaking. In 1926, Blancpain produced the first automatic watch in series for the French market and in 1953, one of the first modern diving watches was created: the legendary Fifty-Fathoms. In 1956, the company created the Ladybird, the smallest round watch of its time. In 1983, the smallest moon phase plate was created.