Founded in 1846, Ulysse Nardin builds its reputation around marine stopwatches. The brand turned in a new direction in 1983 when it was bought by Rolf W. Schnyder. It focuses on the latest technologies. This desire to innovate is reflected in the search for new materials and their application in watch-making. The brand is one of the first to incorporate silicon in its collections. Its watches combine science and know-how.
Ulysse Nardin founds the watch-making house that bears his name.
Rolf Shnyder takes over the company which then becomes a synonym for innovation.
The brand revives the tradition of Jaquemart watches with the San Marco.
Ulysse Nardin enters the Kering portfolio.