Schwarz Etienne

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Schwarz Etienne
Privately held company
Industry Watchmaking
Founded 1902
Founder Paul Arthur Schwarz and Olga Etienne
Headquarters La_Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland
Products Wristwatches

Schwarz Etienne is a Swiss luxury watch brand, founded in 1902 by Paul Arthur Schwarz and his wife Olga Etienne[1].


In 1902, Paul Arthur Schwarz and his wife Olga Etienne created a fabrique in La_Chaux-de-Fonds and its name is a combination of their surnames. The company owned brands such as Venus or Alpha[2]. The brand is acquired in 2003 by Raffaello Radicchi who soon initiated an action a plan to develop and produce movements in-house[3].


Modern watches of the brand are Haute Horlogerie, manufactured in-house including their movements. At BaselWorld 2017, the brand introduced a Tourbillon with retrograde seconds indication.[4].

See also[edit]

List of watch manufacturers


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