Ebel has a big collection ladies watches. This separates Ebel from other watch brands. It stands for elegance and luxury. We are the only official dealer in the Baltics!
For the gentlemen, they have beautiful watches that are powerful and timeless.
A passion for innovation and excellence in watch design has always been at the heart of the EBEL brand. EBEL was founded by husband and wife Eugene Blum and Alice Levy, in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland in 1911 – and since its inception, EBEL has remained true to their core values, manufacturing fine Swiss watches that marry technical expertise and distinctive style. These days, EBEL is known for its iconic bracelet design with signature wave-shaped links. Ebel continues to create luxury timepieces that embody contemporary elegance with subtle, yet exquisite detail. As only official Ebel dealer in the Baltics, we can help you find the perfect watch for your style.
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La Maison EBEL
In 1986, EBEL acquired an iconic house with a rich history of watchmaking. At the time, it was a most innovative architectural construction. It was designed by Le Corbusier. One of the pioneers of modern architecture. The acquisition of the villa was a choice dictated by both passion and reason for Ebel. It has been known as the “House of EBEL” for over 30 years, and the The Villa is an inspiration for devotees of “haute horlogerie”, which is the art of watchmaking, and architectural connaisseurs.
In 1911, at a time when Le Corbusier was already traveling around the globe, Eugène Blum and Alice Lévy created EBEL in La Chaux-de-Fonds, in the heart of the Swiss Jura region.
On his return from a trip to the Middle East five years later, Charles Edouard Jeanneret, (Le Corbusier’s real name) undertook the building of this house just a few streets away. Neighbors called it “La Villa Turque” thanks to the overwhelming influence of Byzantine architecture in its design. The Villa was completed in 1917 and three years later Jeanneret took on the pseudonym with which he would become world famous.
The Villa had originally been a private commission by Anatole Schwob, a watchmaking industrialist from La Chaux-de-Fonds. By acquiring the Villa in 1986, EBEL was continuing the tradition of great names in watchmaking being situated in this residence in La Chaux-de-Fonds, while also celebrating the company’s 75th anniversary.