Corum is a premium Swiss watch brand that was established in 1955 in the city of La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland. The brand is well-known for the cutting-edge and forward-thinking designs it creates, as well as for its emphasis on high-quality workmanship and accurate timekeeping. The watches produced by Corum sometimes have one-of-a-kind design elements, such as limited-edition patterns, coin-shaped casings, and elaborate faces with sophisticated movements.
The firm has a rich heritage in the production of high-end timepieces and has earned a reputation as one of the most prestigious brands on the market for luxury watches. Corum provides a variety of watch designs for both men and women, such as traditional dress watches, sport watches, and designs with a more unorthodox aesthetic.
The company is founded by René Bannwart and his uncle Gaston Ries in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.
Corum introduces several notable watches, including the "Admiral's Cup," which features a nautical pennant dial and becomes one of the company's most iconic designs.
Corum creates several limited-edition watches, including a gold "Coin Watch" that incorporates a historic US $20 gold piece into the design.
Corum introduces a range of complicated watches with features such as tourbillons and minute repeaters.
Corum collaborates with designers and artists to create a series of limited-edition watches with unconventional designs.
Corum is acquired by China Haidian Holdings Limited, a Hong Kong-based watch and timepiece company.