Jacob & Co. Watch Replica, sometimes referred to as “Jacob And Co” or “Jacob And Company,” is a privately held jewelry and wristwatch retailer, founded in 1986 by diamond designer Jacob Arabo.  Its flagship boutique and corporate headquarters are located in Manhattan, New York City.
After graduating early from a jewelry design course in 1981 in New York City, Arabo opened a small booth in New York City’s Diamond District, where he began designing for jewelry labels and private clients.  In 1986, Arabo opened his own Company, called “Diamond Quasar,” and began designing under his own label, named “Jacob & Co.”  The jewelry initially caught the eye of R&B singer Faith Evans, who later brought her husband, rapper Notorious B.I.G. to the store. Both later brought other celebrity friends to the store, and the shop developed a reputation with the music industry. Because of its unique products and famous clientele, the brand quickly gained popularity in New York and was able to expand its business to the luxury watchmaking industry in 2002.
Company Milestones
1986: Jacob Arabo founds Jacob & Co
2002: Jacob & Co enters watchmaking industry
2004: New York store opens on 57th Street
2006: Presentation of the Quenttin watch
2007: Presentation of the GMT watch
2008: Presentation of the new collection in Dubai
2012: First annual Monaco exhibition
2013: Launch of Epic SF24 & Ghost watch
2014: Launch of Astronomia Tourbillon at BaselWorld
Jacob & Co has retail locations around the world, with three in the United States, including its “mine-inspired” flagship store, located in a Park Ave townhouse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.Other notables include three boutiques in London, storefronts in the Stardust hotel in Monte-Carlo and the Wynn Las Vegas in Las Vegas, and shops in Geneva, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, in Italy (Rome and Cortina d’ampezzo) and elsewhere.
Replica Jacob & Co. watch is known for a number of signature watch styles, such as the “Five Time Zone Watch,” which it debuted in 2002. Inspired by the jet-set lifestyle of many of its clients, the timepiece features four fixed time zones—New York, LA, Tokyo and Paris—with the fifth dial set to the location of the wearer. Other notable watches include the “Quenttin,” the first-ever watch with a 31-day power reserve, seven mainspring barrels, and a vertical, side-mounted tourbillon (a regulating device in which the timekeeping element of the watch rotates inside a metal cage to negate the effects of gravity on accuracy),and the Ghost Watch, a Swiss made digital watch that features a pentagram shape and can display up to 20 time zones.