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A manufacturer in the true sense of the word, Jaeger-LeCoultre's 2012 collection is a mark of exquisite craftsmanship and unique heritage

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Jaeger-LeCoultre, based in Switzerland's remote Vallee de Joux, has been crafting timepieces since 1833. 

Alexis de Laporte, Jaeger-LeCoultre managing director for Southeast Asia and Australia.

A manufacturer in the true sense of the word, the watchmaking takes place under one roof, the process involving 180 different skills, from annealing and brass soldering to varnishing and wire drawing, and elaborate craftsmanship such as enamelling, engraving and openworking _ skills that have been handed down the generations.

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