Vacheron Constantin

At SIHH 2015 this week, Vacheron Constantin revealed the first Métiers d’Art Arca table clock from the 12 piece series they will produce and progressively unveil throughout the year. Each piece will be unique. Four will utilize rock crystals, and the other eight will use translucent crystals, which are all […]

Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Arca

Last week at the Salon international de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH), Vacheron Constantin launched the all-new Harmony collection, featuring cushion shape cases inspired by one of the brand’s first wristwatch chronograph from 1928. The collection, produced as an homage to the brand’s 260th anniversary, consists of seven limited edition models. […]

Harmony Ultra-Thin Grande Complication Chronograph

Vacheron Constantin has a long tradition of producing tailor-made complicated pocket watches for discerning collectors over its existence, leading up the reference 57260, which as you may already know, is currently the most complicated pocket watch ever made. Prior to the creation of Ref. 57260, for an unnamed client in […]

The Most Complicated Pocket Watch Ever Made

Not long after the introduction of the Ref. 57260, the most complicated watch made to date, Vacheron Constantin has unveiled yet another ultra-complicated one-off timepiece: the Maître Cabinotier Retrograde Armillary Tourbillon. Borrowing the armillary tourbillon and the double retrograde functions from the aforementioned 57260 superwatch, this contemporary timepiece has a […]

Maître Cabinotier Retrograde Armillary Tourbillon

Last month at SIHH, Vacheron Constantin released new versions of several of their classic men’s lines, specifically the Patrimony Traditionelle Manual Wind in platinum with a new grey dial (pictured) and the Patrimony Traditionelle Chronograph in white gold with contrasting rose gold markers and hands. Vacheron Constantin also introduced an […]

Vacheron Constantin at SIHH 2013