Discover the history of De Bethune with help from the luxury publishers at Assouline.
Celebrating its 20th Anniversary as one of the most contemporary watchmakers, De Bethune continues to elevate the idea of independent watchmaking with cutting-edge craftsmanship, contemporary technical processes, and innovative development. To maintain that level of excellence, the annual production of De Bethune has remained extremely low, ranging between 150 and 250 watches per year on average (with price ranges between $45,000 and $300,000). As part of its year-end celebration, De Bethune is proud to commemorate the occasion by working with the luxury lifestyle publishers at Assouline.
The all-new De Bethune: The Art of Watchmaking book takes a deep dive into the history of the brand and its rise into the haute horological world. Presenting a detailed timeline behind its stunningly vibrant blue packaging, the publication features high-resolution images and stories of De Bethune’s small-batch production process. Readers can expect special contributions from the De Bethune CEO Pierre Jacques, as well as the watch industry’s most noticeable and passionate collectors. Reserve your copy of the new De Bethune: The Art of Watchmaking book from Assouline by clicking on the link below.