The Breguet House continues to offer classical timepieces to its traditional clientele. Notable names from the United Kingdom, Spain or Russia, continue to appear in the Breguet registry, as well as wealthy Italians as well as numerous German and Romanian Princes. Also added to that list are public figures from Constantinople and Cairo, as well as far as Brazil. Breguet also develops instruments especially devised to respond to the needs of aviation.
Sir Winston Churchill was lifelong a patron of Breguet’s. He would sometimes call as a buyer, as in 1928, sometimes as a customer, bringing in for servicing the watch he wore all his life, his Breguet no 765, an exceptional chronograph with minute repeater and flyback seconds hand purchased in 1890 by the duke of Marlborough.