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About Maurice Lacroix

Maurice Lacroix has set itself a clear objective, both through consistent preservation of the long tradition of the Swiss watchmaking art and meeting its high standards, as well as creating, with its very own, innovative complications and movement developments, contemporary design and a heightened passion for perfection. Thanks to its first own manufacture movement and the own production of complex movement components, the brand is now an exclusive Manufacture brand.

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History of Maurice Lacroix Watches

Maurice Lacroix has set itself a clear objective both through consistent preservation of the long tradition of the Maurice Lacroix Swiss watch making art and meeting its standards, as well as creating, with Maurice Lacroix’s very own, innovative complications and movement developments, contemporary design and a heightened passion for detail and perfection, extraordinary Maurice Lacroix timepieces.

Having focused on developing innovative additional functions for several years and presenting the Maurice Lacroix 106 calibre, the first movement to be designed and developed entirely in-house, at the end of 2006 Maurice Lacroix took its place in the exclusive club of Swiss Manufacture brands by producing its own complex movement Maurice Lacroix components for mechanical timepieces.

The timepieces in the Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Collection are the perfect synthesis of Maurice Lacroix know how and are anchored in an urban, dynamic and elegant 21st century. The Maurice Lacroix Pontos collection brilliantly combines Swiss watchmaking traditions and technical mastery with modern design.

The Maurice Lacroix Les Classiques collection is a distillation of all the elegance of traditional watchmaking. The Maurice Lacroix Miros impresses with its free spirited, striking, and most of all sophisticated aesthetics.


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