Franck Muller in Milan

Franck Muller

A Franck Muller watch is considered among the best in the world, as well as the most complex for the technology that governs its operation.


The Swiss Watchmaker was founded by Franck Muller and Vartan Sirmakes, whose goal was to give life to exclusive, one-of-a-kind timepieces. Today, thanks to the skill and creativity of its Master Watchmakers, the Company has become a brand of excellence that stands out for its formidable technical know-how.


Staying true to its origins, Franck Muller remains to this day in the small town of Genthod, where it all began in 1983. A short way away from Geneva, nestled in the wonderful Swiss countryside, the Company continues to find its inspiration to create high-end watches. Design, assembly, engravings, production and after-sales service are all managed in a single location – a magical place that embodies the very essence of the Franck Muller House.


Franck Muller: watches made with passion


What most sets a Franck Muller watch apart is its unique design. It is a distinctive, inimitable trait. Since the 1980s, the Swiss brand has been synonymous with tradition and high technical performance. The movement mechanisms are complex: their components can range from 200 to 1,483. Making a Franck Muller timepiece requires a lot of time and effort.


It was Franck Muller who invented the Cintrée Curvex, or curved dial: an audacious choice in a market where no such thing had ever been seen. The numbers are another sign of distinction of the House, example of minimalist and sober design and timeless elegance.


Franck Muller in Milan, at Pisa Orologeria


Pisa Orologeria is the official retailer of Franck Muller watches in Milan. In the Flagship Store on Via Verri 7, a highly qualified staff stands ready to make its customers’ wishes come true. In addition, an attentive after-sales service provides support to all customers requiring assistance.


Among the luxury watch brands, Franck Muller’s is a unique and exclusive world, where the art of all things beautiful finds its maximum expression.

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