Mougin & Piquard might be the greatest watchmaker you've never heard of (hint: It's pronounced mooj-awe and peek-are). Started by the Mougin family in 1852—Piquard joined in the 1920s—the company later shut its doors, and its watches have been collector's items ever since. Now, thanks to watch authority Tourneau®, this once-defunct brand is back just for us. Based on sketches discovered in the Mougin & Piquard archives, the design resurrects the golden age of watchmaking. Referencing pilots' watches (made to fit over the cuffs of aviator jackets), each one is hand assembled in Switzerland using Swiss quartz movements, but you'll only find them here.