Born in 1911
Origin Switzerland
Prices from £1,095
Famous for  Gisele Bundchen once fronted its advertising campaign

Named after founders Eugene Blum and Alice Lèvy (the watch company name is an acronym of ‘Eugene Blum et Levy’), Ebel is based in the watchmaking town of La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. This husband and wife team married Eugene’s technical prowess with Alice’s jewellery expertise and passion for elegant design, creating award-winning ageless pieces.

Founded in 1911, Ebel has long-lasting ties with the worlds of architecture and art, providing sponsorship to various individuals including Swiss architect Le Corbusier, a pioneer of modern architecture, and contemporary Swiss painter Jean Arcelin.

The watch brand collected its first accolade in 1914 – the gold medal at Switzerland’s National Exhibition for a delicate ladies’ ring watch with a hidden clock face. Ebel carries a strong women’s watch collection with a particular focus on uniting the worlds of horology and jewellery with ultra-feminine lines that feature gentle curves and precious stones.

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