Maserati Watches: A Symbol of Power

The history of Maserati watches dates back to 1914, when Alfieri Maserati and his brothers began the handcrafted production of high-end automobiles in Bologna, Italy. The Maserati brothers, before launching their own brand in 1926, built racing cars for other firms. Sporting successes came in abundance from 1930 onwards, and in 1954 Juan Manuel Fangio won the Formula 1 World Championship driving a Maserati. Maserati watches emerged somewhat later, when the company was sold and bought several times. Today it belongs to the Fiat group, and Maserati watches have been manufactured under licence for the last decade by the Italian watchmaking group Morellato, which has extensive experience in the watchmaking world. Buying Maserati watches means acquiring an item of careful […]

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