LOUIS GEORGE is a German watch brand based at Berlin, Germany. The brand name refers to the Berlin master watchmaker Louis George who became the watchmaker to King’ Frederick the Great of Prussia on 26 December 1769. Louis George provided clocks, watches and instruments to 3 generations of kings of Prussia and other sovereigns all over Europe including France. He had business relations to Swiss watchmakers like Pierre Jaquet-Droz and Jean-Frederick Leschot.
The brand was re-established in 2009 at Berlin, Germany. Modern LOUIS GEORGE watches are made from precious metals only. Nearly all the applied crafts and techniques are more or less can be called antique techniques - like fire enameling, original guilloche engraving or manual master engraving, manual gem setting. Some models will be limited to 25 watches only. LOUIS GEORGE is producing mechanical watches only.