The DeWitt company is known as a pet project by Jerome De Witt who, in his turn, is a descendant of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and King Leopold I of Belgium. Therefore, Jerome De Witt decided to offer the best-quality watchmaking trend to his clients. He opened the company in 1990 first, but his partner stole all money and ran away. However, it was not an obstruction for De Witt to get another attempt at launching the company in 2002. The main motto of the company is the combination of highest traditional quality of the French watchmaking industry with present-day technical know-hows. Nowadays, this brand is represented with six collections: “Academia,” “Twenty-8-Eight,” “Classic,” “Glorious Knight,” “Ladies,” and “High Jewelry.” Certainly, each of them has its own zest. Moreover, all watches manufactured by DeWitt are made by hands of the company’s craftsmen. The range of available materials from which these watches are made is amazing; DeWitt offers watch cases made of stainless steel, rose and white gold, titanium, neotitanium, and even tantalum. Moreover, the watches of the “Academia” collection are fitted with tourbillons, which makes this series very interesting for collectors. For example, one of the most popular models of this collection – Pressy Grande Complication – is considered the most complicated timepiece because it has not only a tourbillon but also the chronograph and perpetual calendar functions. The appearance of DeWitt watches is also amazing. For example, one of the most demanded models – “Grand Tourbillon” from the “Academia” collection – has a perfectly looking case made of 18-carat rose gold. This timepiece has mechanical movement, the function of jumping hours, and a day/night display. This model was released in a limited edition of 99 pieces; therefore, connoisseurs of the watchmaking industry appreciate used DeWitt watches of this collection very much. Another model from the “Classic” collection – “HMS Jewellery” - is made of rose gold as well with addition of 60 brilliant-cut diamonds, approximately 1.39 carats. Such a model looks very rich and elegant. Although the majority of watches created by this brand are for men, the DeWitt company manufactures interesting luxury timepieces for women as well. For example, one of the best models for ladies was named after the French princess Marie-Clotilde. This timepiece is considered a real jewelry masterpiece due to the case made of 18-carat white gold, and 207 baguette-cut diamonds on the dial. The model range of female timepieces by the DeWitt brand is wide enough. For instance, there are 5 collections especially for ladies: “Blue Empire,” “Lady Pressy,” “Alma,” “Golden Afternoon,” and “Metiers D’Art.” These collections have many admirers all over the world. The real hit among models for women was the “Japanese Spring” model from the “Golden Afternoon” set. This amazing piece of watchmaking art was made of pure 18-carat white gold. The dial of this model catches the eye with a hand-made butterfly and flower miniature picture coated with lapis lazuli and powdered pearl, platinum, gold, and agate, encrusted with small diamonds. Certainly, such a variety of functions and beautiful, elegant materials make this brand one of the most in-demand producers in the world. If you prefer traditional quality in combination with modern technologies, DeWitt watches are exactly what you need. Buy your favorite model from Midtown Watch now!