Antoine Preziuso has a fascination for watch-making that begins in childhood. In 1980, he opens his first watch-making workshop and attracts the attention of private clients and institutions. He develops two passions: the restoration of old timepieces and the creation of major complications. He is responsible for producing the first watches using meteorites. His surname means "valuable" in Italian.
Opening of his workshop. He joins the "Cabinotiers de Genève", an association of big names in the world of independent watch-makers.
The first watch is produced, a minute repeater with perpetual calendar, with a patented striking mechanism via the case's turning glass.
Advent of the largest collection of Tourbillons with a total of 7 Tourbillons and participation in Harry Winston's Opus Two event.
Introduction of "La Face Cachée du Temps", a new concept whereby the time is in the background and the movement takes centre stage.