Take A Look At The Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Celestia Men’s Watch

The Swiss Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Celestia follows in the same vein as the Reference 57260 pocket watch introduced by the maison in 2015; it’s the sort of monumental watchmaking we’ve come to expect from the manufacture since 1755. For those unfamiliar, the Reference 57260 pocket watch was a bespoke pocket watch created in collaboration with one…

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Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Day-Date and Power Reserve Watch

Swiss Vacheron Constantin Collection Excellence Platine welcomes a new model for those who appreciate classically understated timepieces. The limited edition Traditionnelle Day-Date and Power Reserve embodies the finest horological traditions in every sense. Vacheron Constantin created its first platinum timepiece in 1820, and has since fashioned its finest timepieces from this precious metal, which is…

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Vacheron Constantin Historiques Cornes de Vache 1955 Mens Watch

Swiss Vacheron Constantin has been making watches continuously for 260 years, and the Geneva-based manufacture has never been shy about not only acknowledging its long history, but also paying tribute to it with modern timepieces that are almost note-for-note reissues of their historical forebears — no matter how out-of-touch with prevailing trends those original pieces…

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The Vacheron Constantin Exhibition Features Timepieces “Elegance in Motion”

The exhibition closes with the Overseas, which has become a reference model and of which Swiss Vacheron Constantin Watch is introducing a new version in 2016. Numerals and hands were luminescent-coated to ensure readability even in the dark, as notably illustrated on the 1918 Corps of Engineers USA pocket watch. A “wallet” alarm clock, along with…

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Vacheron Constantin Historiques American 1921 Boutique New You are able to Watch Hands-On

Within the 20’s, Vacheron Constantin built some interesting cushion-cased watches with moved dials on request. The request originated from the U. S. States, but the concept was to make a driving watch that may be read when you understood the controls. The age and budget without doubt cause you to think about some good Gatsby…

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Métiers d’Art collection—Vacheron Constantin La Symbolique des Laques

At SIHH, Vacheron Constantin revealed the brand new Métiers d’Art collection, La Symbolique des Laques. The collection combines two ancient arts: the watch-making industry and Maki-e. Vacheron, which dates to 1755, joins with Japanese Maki-e masters Z?hiko, founded in 1661 and together, their greater than 600 many years of history mix to create these works…

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