In 1856, the Swiss Ernest Borel was founded by JULES BOREL in the watch-like sanctuary, Neuchatel, Switzerland. The brand has always respected the brand concept of “romantic moments, lifelong companionship”, combining romantic and elegant culture with rigorous and high-quality watchmaking craftsmanship. In the field of watches and clocks, it is famous.
In 1856, “The Kingdom of Watches” in Newcastle, Switzerland, Berliget’s young Zulus-Pollell began his long career in watchmaking with his belief in perfecting classics. In 1859, he founded Borel and Courvoisier with his wife, Paul Gao Huashi. From the very beginning, Pauler and Gao Huashi knew the authority of the Neuchâtel Observatory for the timer standard. If the watch designed and manufactured can obtain its approval, it means undoubtedly means to get global sales to pass for a watch product. For the future, time has become an eternal career pursuit. In 1866, an impressive achievement was finally achieved. The watches they produced lived up to expectations and won the first place in the observatory competition. This has laid a solid position for this rare watch. As a result of the efforts, a series of honors came one after another: in 1876 in Philadelphia, the product was awarded a quality certificate; in 1878, it was awarded the only precious gold medal awarded to the Swiss watch industry in Paris, France. In the company’s development process, a revolutionary initiative in fashion was born: a watch with a crown and a putter or bolt, the invention includes a new winding system and a new method of setting time. This patent has an epoch-making significance in the history of the watch industry.
The trademark of this century-old classic romantic brand was born out of a beautiful and romantic legend. At a noble dance, the second-generation head ERNEST BOREL and the beloved girl danced romantically at the ball, and the momentary touch of the eyes turned into a long-lasting touch of the mind. The silhouette of the dance was designed into the trademark of Yibolu, which left behind in the hearts of the world. Unforgetwatch romantic plots vividly interpret the meaning of “romantic moments, companionship throughout life”. No matter how time passes by, even in the turbulent years of the two world wars, the silhouette of a couple of dancing couples in Ernest Borel left a watch romantic complex in the hearts of the world and won the prestigious international reputation. In the course of a century and a half, the Swiss Ernest Borel has won numerous awards in the world. In 1866, the Swiss Ibrahim watch won the first prize of the similar product competition held by the Neustall Observatory, the highest authority of Swiss timekeeping products at that time. In 1876, it won the quality certificate in Philadelphia, USA, and in 1878, it was precious in the Swiss watch industry in Paris, France. The only gold medal. In 1937, Ernest Borel was awarded the GRAND PRIX Honor Award in Greece. Between 1945 and 1959, the Neuchâtel Observatory in Switzerland awarded the “BULLETIN DE MARCHE” certificate to 4,172 Epoch watches. In particular, in 1958, the Neuchâtel Observatory awarded the first prize to two Espresso watches. Lay the solid position of this rare watch. In 1903, the sales staff of EBO Road arrived in China after six months of travel, selling 388 Epoch road watches, and the incomprehensible relationship with China, an ancient civilization of the East. After China’s reform and opening up, ERNEST BOREL quickly merged with China’s profound traditional culture and fashion tastes, creating a brand new consumer concept for Chinese consumers. In the 21st century, Epoch Road has designed more fashion-oriented fashion products, which are deeply loved and respected by consumers.