The Fleury family has worked in the watch industry for generations.
Represents the fourth generation of watchmakers in the Fleury family.
He studied watchmaking under his father for three years and now has over ten years of experience from antique to the finest brand of today.
Graduated from the famous Technicum of La Chaux-de-Fonds in 1966, as a “Horloger Rhabilleur”. (Watchmaker/Clockmaker).
Andre succeeded in the family business after the death of his father.
He later moved from Switzerland to San Francisco where he opens his watch repair office, and let the family business to his brothers. In 1981 he moved his office to San Rafael, CA.
Graduated from the famous Technicum of La Chaux-de-Fonds.
In the late twenties Charles Fleury manufactured hand made watches. He later started to manufacture different product and machines for the watch industry.
In WW II after been mobilized in the Swiss Army, he was send back home with the “Indispensable to the Swiss Industry” qualification.
He was a watchmaker but since he was killed in an accident when Charles was fourteen years old, we have no detail.