Switzerland’s Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin and Audemars Piguet were among the watchmakers to claim the highest consumer interest on a global scale, according to according to a preview of Digital Luxury Group’s World Watch Report 2015.
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Global interest in fine Swiss-made watches grew by 5.7 percent despite a slowdown in sales throughout Asia, according to the Digital Luxury Group’s tenth annual World Watch Report 2014.
Swiss watchmaker Patek Philippe is at the forefront of brands in the haute horlogerie category, according to a preview of the Digital Luxury Group’s tenth annual World Watch Report 2014.
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