Fast n Furious In an effort to propel Vacheron Constantin’s luxury sports timepiece to the next level, they have added a self-winding tourbillon movement to the Overseas collection, and introduced this new piece. While the timepiece is true to the sports genre, they are presenting the exquisite watch in stainless steel with a ultra thin …
When you think international travel you should immediately think Vacheron Constantin Overseas Dual Time Watch. An exquisite wearable timepiece with the two time zone display, a slim profile, affordable and quite the magnificent caliber. A true travelers dream, the brand that started in 1755 knows about quality workmanship and designs that are truly remarkable.
The inspiration for the collection Patrimony were elegant creations of Vacheron Constantin House from 1950s period. Within the framework of the International Salon of Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) 2016 Vacheron Constantin presents the models made in a restrained and elegant style of its legendary collection: new items, each of which is marked by the prestigious Geneva Seal, characterized by a combination of technical excellence and superior design.
Vacheron Constantin decided to enrich the series models Métiers d’Art La légende du zodiaque Chino with sign of monkey. Exactly this symbol will replace goat sign in February 8, 2016 in the Chinese New Year. With the prestigious Hallmark of Geneva, the creation of two new limited edition of 12 pieces, combining technical excellence Calibre 2460 G4 with the beauty of artistic skill.
Original models, an incredible radiance of diamonds, timeless feminine lines, playfulness and mischief … Even these words are not enough to describe a new collection Heures Créatives House Vacheron Constantin. Exquisite design emphasizes the professionalism of craftsmen and jewelers, impressing even the most sophisticated connoisseur.
Eight years ago manufacture Vacheron Constantin began to work on a very specific order – the client companies do not want to personalize existing wtches, as often occurs, and the creation of entirely new. This fact that the implementation of such a request is pretty rare, but not exceptional in the history of the Geneva brand. However, all tools produced before pale against the backdrop of the fact that master of Vacheron Constantin have done for contemporaries – he received not just a watch, but the most complicated watch in the world. And agreed to talk about its purchase.
Vacheron Constantin – is a brand of Swiss watches with a long history. Brand products are considered among the most prestigious, wealthy and expensive. Creator of Jacques-Marc Vacheron lived at a time when the government was shaken by internecine conflicts between Swiss provinces and cities. The situation has changed for better in 18th century along with the active development of the industry. The main areas of development were cotton, silk and watchmaking. Unlike other areas, the Swiss watchmaking never occurred to decline. It is worth noting that the watchmakers guild was established in Geneva in the 16th century, and the 18th in it, there were about 800 watchmakers. Terms of insane competition forced Jean-Marc constantly improve the performance of its products. In 1770, the year he launched his first watches «complication», which was complicated by the standard clock mechanism.
Vacheron Constantin has always stood by the brand philosophy of three very distinct values: aesthetics, perfect technique and finishing. So if you apply these values to the new ballet-inspired timepieces that are additions to the exclusive Metiers d’ArtHommage a l’Art de la Danse collection, you see the similar reflection in the daily life of a ballerina: studying, training, and performing. Each of these values for the brand and the ballerina help to create stunning timepieces, collectors pieces, artistic pieces.
The collection features exquisite work, using the ancient art of Grand Feu enameling to highlight the art of the classical dance, while also interpreting the magnificent work of the famous artist Edgar Degas. Each of these timepieces are crafted in an 18k white gold case, 40mm in diameter, sapphire crystals, sapphire backs, and water resistant up to 30 meters. At the heart of these watches is a Swiss in-house automatic movement, a caliber 2460 SC with 27 jewels, beating at 28,800 vph and a 40 hour power reserve.
The very prestigious and well known Swiss watchmaker, Vacheron Constantin, introduces a impressive collection, the fabulous Metiers D’Art Fabuleux Ornaments timepieces. An exquisite and elegant group that will provide many ladies the opportunity to showcase it on their wrist. With the design brilliance this collection brings it is no surprise that they are limiting them to 20 pieces each.
The brand has masterfully crafted this collection of watches, from the inside out, making the architecture of the movement both amazing and precise, as well as the ornate outer beauty of each piece. The four watches feature 18k gold open worked Calibre 1003 movement, and the brand had 10 master craftsman working on the guillochage, grand feu and champleve enameling in addition to gem setting. The art of skeletonizing the movement is what is known as open working, and coupling that with the artisanal crafts is what makes this collection spectacular.
Producing the most exquisite and exceptional watches for men since 1755 this brand has never wavered on quality or precision. This new Vacheron Constantin Malte for Men Watch is another step in the fine art of watchmaking and showcases the exceptional talents of skill and artistry. The original timepiece that provided inspiration for this latest collection debuted back in 1912, and was one of the first timepieces that featured the barrel-shaped tonneau case.
This new release has the case redesigned and is now presented in 18k white gold for the first time. The case has been crafted with a 36.7mm by 47.6mm measurement and is 9.1mm thick, with a spectacular sapphire exhibition case back and is water resistant up to 30 meters. This redesign allows the setting to really fit the shape of the tonneau case to a glove, and features a silvered and sand-blasted dial with baton-shaped hour markers with Roman numerals at 12 and 6 o’clock.