Category Archives: Glashütte, Germany

introducing: manufacture Mühle Glashütte SA

Okay, this is not really a new brand. I’ve know about Mühle Glashütte (Muehle Glashuette) for as early as I caught the watch collecting bug in early 1990’s. At the time, the company was relying upon calibres manufactured by Swiss leader ETA, so I personnally didn’t find their “Made in Germany” watches that interesting. But the recent release […]

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introducing: B. Junge & Söhne

Hat tip to Having worked for Egana Goldpfeil and then Glashütte Original before the latter was acquired by the Swatch Group, Bavarian businessmane Heinz W. Pfeifer decided to relaunch the brand B.Junge & Söhne in German watchmaking mecca Glashütte. The company carries on the name of locally renowned master-watchmaker J. Bernhard Junge of Dresden. […]

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introducing: Moritz Grossmann

German businesswoman and master watchmaker Christine Hutter has been working in the German watchmaking industry for the last 24 years. She secured rights to use the name of one of the 5 historically prominent watchmakers of German watchmaking Mecca Glashütte; and proceeded to establish the eponymous Mortiz Grossmann manufacture. Her vision is to produce fine German watches with in-house movements that perpetrate the spirit […]

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