Andersen Genève - watches & reviews

ANDERSEN Genève gained recognition not only from watch collectors but also from his peers. Svend ANDERSEN co-founded the AHCI – Académie Horlogère des Créateurs Indépendants - in 1985. In 1989 he developed the smallest calendar watch (6.5 x 17.4mm) ever produced; roughly the size of a match head. He was awarded world records from the Guinness Book.  In 1994 one of his worldtime watch was awarded the thinnest worldtime watch ever made (the “Mundus”). 

ANDERSEN Genève has always welcomed and trained high end watchmakers like, Frank Müller, Felix Baumgartner, Philippe Quentin to name a few. The philosophy remains and today two master watchmakers collaborate with Svend ANDERSEN at the atelier while one administrator manages the non-watchmaking sides.

ANDERSEN Genève has been creating high end watches for watch collectors for more than 4 decades.