[Special Geneva Watch Week 2023] Watchmaking: Charriol reinvents itself

Charriol, a high-end watchmaking company, unveiled some of its new products at the Watches & Wonders trade show. Reinvention, new models and heritage, discover without further delay the new St-Tropez collection.


The second edition of the Watches and Wonders watch fair is an opportunity to show collectors and the curious from all over the world the novelties that the 48 watchmaking houses have imagined. Among them, we find great names such as Rolex, Cartier, Chanel or Hermès… But a newcomer has also slipped into the list: Charriol. A pioneer in the sale of luxury watches online, this family watchmaking House has thus entered the big league in Geneva, on the occasion of its 40th anniversary, to unveil its creations, and its unique know-how, perpetuated since 1983.



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St-Tropez, right on time


Although little known in France, Charriol is well known in Asia and the Middle East. The Watches & Wonders show is a golden (or steel) opportunity for the watchmaker to gain a reputation in Europe and to unveil its new 2023 models, including the Navigator collection, to the precious and coveted world of watchmaking.




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Apolline Prulhiere
Apolline Prulhiere
Apolline Prulhiere is a young journalist. She has a passion for fashion and culture, and has recently discovered an interest in cars. Her playful writing is characterized by a rich lexicon and a direct and spontaneous tone. Her precise glossary eliminates uncertainty.

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