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Stephen Silver Teams Up With Independent Watchmaker F.P. Journe​

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MENLO PARK, CA – Stephen Silver and independent watch brand F.P. Journe Invenit et Fecit have announced its retail partnership located in Silicon Valley.

Through research for efficiency and precision, F.P. Journe creates mechanical timepieces with 18K rose gold movements, all bearing the brand’s motto: “Invenit et Fecit.” It certifies that each handmade precision chronometer is entirely invented and made in-house in the central Geneva Manufacture, Switzerland.

“Our clientele is looking for exceptional timepieces and appreciate an entrepreneurial spirit. Francois-Paul is an incredibly talented watchmaker with a clear vision of what he wants to create and no fear of what the rest of the world thinks, which translates well in an area where the term renegade is admired,” says Andrew Block, president of Stephen Silver. “F.P. Journe has the perfect mix of old-world craftsmanship, design and technical features that makes Stephen Silver a horological destination for established watch collectors.”

The F.P. Journe line launched on July 4 and is now available at Stephen Silver.

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