The role of the historian is to rediscover the past, looking closely at those factors which have influenced a particular era. Sometimes by exploring a bygone age, the historian can uncover a once forgotten beauty.

Cuervo y Sobrinos reopened its Havana boutique in 2009. Dr Eusebio Leal Spengler, Havana’s official Historian, proved instrumental in the restoration of the boutique as well as many of the glorious buildings synonymous with the ‘Pearl of the Caribbean’.

Cuervo y Sobrinos wanted to recognise Dr Leal’s contribution to Havana’s architectural renaissance by naming its classical collection of watches, Historiador (Historian).


‘Prominente’ is a term used to describe one of the largest Cuban cigars available, much loved by Connoisseurs. Indeed, those in the know, when discussing Havana cigars, will often talk of elegant flavours, spicy qualities and a rich character.

Cuervo y Sobrinos chose the name Prominente for a distinctive line of watches, again rich in character. The nomen perfectly conveys the generous proportions of each model and, by default, their imposing character.


Churchill first visited Cuba in 1895 aged just 21. As young officer in the 4th Hussars, based in London, he was keen to take part in military action. His first taste of Cuba lasted only a few weeks, but it would not be the last time that he would visit the sun-kissed Caribbean island.

In the early part of 1946, clearly exhausted after undertaking his onerous role in the Second World War, Churchill travelled across the Atlantic Ocean at the invitation of President Truman, he took the opportunity to visit Cuba for a second time, albeit on this occasion as an elder statesman.

It is obvious that many Cubans were delighted to see Churchill during his time on the island. Likewise, Churchill seemed to enjoy his time in Cuba, especially when smoking his favourite Havana cigars. Indeed, when the former Prime Minister received a gift of 500 Romeo y Julieta cigars, his favourite brand of cigars, he was reportedly delighted.

The Churchill collection pays tribute to Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, a remarkable man who appreciated the finer things in life and who fell in love with Cuba and its friendly citizens.


Cuervo y Sobrinos, a company with a history dating back to 1882, has often looked to the past for inspiration when designing new creations. However, the Vuelo models are different.

'Vuelo', the Spanish word for 'flight', was the name selected by Cuervo y Sobrinos for its collection of contemporary watches. Indeed, the company describes this family of models as a 'flight to the future'. Each model is imbued with a sporty character, a Latin soul and an extraordinarily elegant appearance.

The Vuelo collection has been created for those individuals seeking functionality paired with notable flair. This family of models embodies the company's passion for innovation, captivating aesthetics and its legendary savoir-faire.


Since 1882, Havana has been the spiritual home of Cuervo y Sobrinos. The Cuban capital is also synonymous with the manufacture of fine cigars.

A fine cigar should be savoured. Likewise, any luxury product, including a beautiful watch, should be slowly appreciated. A peerless creation is seldom made in haste and, therefore, it should be admired leisurely and cherished for its virtues.


Historiador Primera Dama

To celebrate the glamour of the 1930's years in Cuba, Cuervo y Sobrinos unveils a new collection of ladies’ watches: the Historiador Primera Dama. 

The Cuervo y Sobrinos Historiador Primera Dama is inspired by the Golden years of Havana.

The “Pearl of the Caribbean”, at the end of the 19th century, was a privileged center of luxury and the beautiful world: a universe of glamour, luxury, music and dancing that attracted people for all continents.

Feminine and elegant, inspired by the Art deco movement of the those years, this ladies' watch, which features numerous appealing details, is suitable for any occasion.

Historiador Primera Dama

Exclusive Selected Pieces

Cuervo y Sobrinos is introducing a new section featuring exclusively highly demanded items that are no longer available in our standard collection. 

Due to an increasing demand of some of this selected masterpiece, Cuervo y Sobrinos has decided to let some of our most aficionados customer grab the opportunity to enlarge their timepiece collection.

Don’t miss to take a look and please feel  free to contact us for any further information you might need.

Exclusive Selected Pieces


Cuervo y Sobrinos proudly presents two remarkable additions to its distinguished collection: the Robusto 1935 and the Robusto Sans Souci.

These exquisite timepieces celebrate the brand's rich heritage, each offering a unique journey through time.