Jaeger-LeCoultre celebrates its 180th anniversary at Harrods in London


For the first time in the history of Harrods, its legendary windows on Brompton Road  showcase a large scale and immersive experience in real watchmaking with the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre.

This seminal exhibition brings together all major Metiers rares  and the renowned Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Class, marking the 180th anniversary of the Manufacture.

Leading experts from Jaeger-LeCoultre specialised in Metiers rares and fine watchmaking set up workshops dedicated to the art of watch making. To accompany these master classes’ visitors also have a chance to see a recreation of the original workshop of founder Antoine LeCoultre from 1833; a window, solely dedicated to the Hybris Mechanica à Grande Sonnerie,  a watch created to chime the iconic melody of Westminster’s ‘Big Ben’, and other treasures from Jaeger-LeCoultre.

Discover more throught the video of Jérôme Lambert, Chief Executive Officer of Jaeger-LeCoultre, presenting the concept of the large-scale exhibition at Harrods