F. P. Journe
F.P. Journe is a high-end watch manufacture of Switzerland named after the founder François-Paul Journe. He established the marque in 1999. Signed with the label Invenit et Fecit- (invented and made), each exclusive movement guarantees a manufacture calibre, entirely invented, constructed, and assembled in the Geneva workshops.
With a limited production of less than 900 timepieces per year, the sanctuary of the F.P. Journe Manufacture honours artisanal work. His achievements include seven distinctions at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie of Geneva, from which three occasions he was bestowed the Golden Hand “Aiguille d’Or” the ultimate distinction. F.P.Journe was also decorated with the title of “Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres” by the French Minister of Culture.