We believe that luxury timepieces should be exclusive and shouldn’t be mass produced.
Therefore, every watch model from Filippo Loreti is assembled by hand and is part of a limited edition of 1641 pieces - you can be confident that you own a watch that is rare and exceptional, a truly distinctive timepiece.
Filippo Loreti watches are crafted utilizing the highest grade 316L stainless steel, offering
durability as well as lasting style and artistry. Our cases are ergonomically designed by
engineers to be sure that the timepiece will fit comfortably on wrists of all sizes, for
both men and women.
In fact, we are so confident in the quality of our watches, that each timepiece is backed by a 10 year warranty.
The standard retail process involves various middlemen driving the prices up between the
product and the customer.
We do things differently.
By using a disruptive, direct-to-consumer model we cut out distributors, wholesalers and retails stores.
This way, by avoiding all the middlemen we can offer you a limited edition luxury Italian watch for less than $250.
Skillfully created by expert watchmakers, these movements contain an intricate series of tiny components working together to power the timepiece. Think hundreds of small gears and pieces that operate together through incredible precision. The custom-made rotors keep it all on track, perfectly.
The glorious building that is St Mark's Basilica (Basilica di San Marco) in Venice began modestly in the year 828. Over the following centuries the fantastic interior became completely covered with opulent gold mosaics telling the visual biblical stories with wondrous iridescent effects. The incredible details throughout this architectural masterpiece secured St. Mark’s as a symbol of the Republic of Venice’s wealth and power. We have based the inspiration of our newly introduced Venice series of timepieces on this illustrious Basilica.
A masterwork of urban planning, the Piazza del Campidoglio reshaped the Capitoline Hill of Rome into a monumental civic plaza. Designed by Renaissance artist Michelangelo, the sacred ancient site organized Roman government buildings into a dynamic piazza. The bold geometric rosette which unifies the inspiring landscape of the elliptical courtyard captivated us, as evidenced in the compelling design of the dial pattern for our new Rome series of timepieces.
Designed in 1861 and built by Giuseppe Mengoni, the soaring Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is Milan’s glorious edifice to bravura architecture. One of the oldest shopping malls in the world, this impressive architectural wonder was affectionately dubbed, “Il Salotto di Milano” – the living room of Milan. This radiant meeting place is the inspiration of our newly introduced Milano Collection, blending superb precision with comfortable splendor.