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Girard-Perregaux Arrives at WEMPE Fifth Avenue, Hands-On and Availability

The full collection of the La Chaux-de-Fonds based watchmaker has arrived at WEMPE’s Fifth Avenue boutique. Watchonista had the opportunity to get hands-on with a number of the pieces including the ever popular Laureato.


by Watchonista – When Ruediger Albers, President of WEMPE USA invited us to view what he called “a new brand addition to our collection”, we were certainly intrigued. After all, when WEMPE does anything, they tend to go above and…

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WEMPE Hot Watches: Hands-On With Possibly the Last Remaining Patek Philippe 5170P

A collector’s perspective on the gorgeous Patek Ref. 5170P seen in the New York at WEMPE, Fifth Avenue.


by Alex Lam – Patek Philippe is one of those brands that garners respect whether or not you’re a watch collector. Patek is Patek, whether it’s just one of those mildly over-sentimental print ads you’ve seen or you’re one of the many collectors in line for a 5711 in steel. I will admit that my own collecting veers towards vintage, but my addiction…

Watches in the Spotlight

A selection of watches available at WEMPE.

Patek Philippe

PATEK PHILIPPE 5170P

NOMOS

NOMOS GLASHÜTTE METRO DATUM GANGRESERVE

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Made in Germany, Found at WEMPE, the NOMOS Glashütte Connection to Art and Design

A NOMOS-inspired tour of the most influential German art, architecture and design in New York.


By Rhonda Riche – When most people think watches, they assume that Swiss is best. But timepieces from Germany are also amongst the finest luxuries money can buy. The tiny town of Glashütte alone is home to nine different manufacturers, including today’s focus, NOMOS Glashütte. Not only does German watchmaking challenge the Swiss status quo, the country’s design aesthetics have had a huge impact in New York’s “Big Apple.”

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A Night of German Excellence with WEMPE and NOMOS Glashütte

Held during New York City’s Art x Design week, stylish guests indulged in an evening of German Excellence at WEMPE Fifth Avenue.


By Watchonista – Last night at WEMPE’s Fifth Avenue boutique, Watchonista welcomed guests, collectors, and friends to an event to celebrate NOMOS Glashütte.

700 Fifth Avenue Boutique – New York

Manhattan and WEMPE — a love story

Wempe New York


Our showroom in New York is the fulfillment of Hellmut Wempe’s dream. As the third generation of leadership at Wempe, Mr. Wempe launched the international expansion of his family-owned company by opening an initially compact showroom on Fifth Avenue. Today, we are still located on the world’s best-known shopping street, but are no longer compact: with a striking presence of no less than 500 square meters (almost 5,500 square feet) of retail space.
 

Brands available at WEMPE

Trusting partnerships have linked us for decades with the world’s most renowned watch manufacturers.

Visit Rolex
Visit Patek Philippe
Visit A. Lange & Söhne
Visit Baume & Mercier
Visit Breguet
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Visit Cartier
Visit Chopard
Visit Girard-Perregaux
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Visit Hublot
Visit IWC
Visit Jaeger-LeCoultre
Visit Longines
Visit Montblanc
Visit NOMOS
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rogerdubuis
tagheuer
tudor
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Visit Wellendorff
Visit Shamballa
Visit Wempe Jewellery

Hot Watches at WEMPE

A selection of our favorite watches.

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NOMOS GLASHÜTTE AUTOBAHN neomatik 41 date

Girard-Perregaux

GIRARD-PERREGAUX LAUREATO CHRONOGRAPH

Find Us In New York

700 Fifth Avenue/55th Street , New York N.Y. 10019

Opening hours

Mon.–Sat. 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sun. 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The most renowned watch brands from Switzerland and Germany, as well as a fascinating selection
of our jewelry lines, are waiting to be discovered by you.

Contact WEMPE

P. +1.212.397 9000
F. +1.212.397 7235

Email

sales@wempe.com

Follow WEMPE

Website: www.wempe.com
Instagram: @wempe_us
Facebook: facebook/WempeUS

Precision Under The Saxon Firmament

If you want to know the exact time, you have to reach for the stars.


Crafting a chronometer requires time and patience. The labor invested by the watchmakers bears fruit in the pleasure these timepieces give their owners. When WEMPE decided to establish its own production site for chronometers in Glashütte a few years ago, only one location seemed truly appropriate