Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle High Jewellery
An exceptional tribute to fine jewellery, with a dial set entirely in baguette diamonds, the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle High Jewellery demonstrates the brand’s mastery of the art.
Its 35 mm diameter stages an extraordinary spectacle of light with a dazzling 16.2 carat flooring of claw-set baguette diamonds imbues time with a hint of eternity.
From the case and dial to the clasp, it is entirely paved with 18K white gold and set with 292 baguette-cut diamonds. Clinging to the exquisite curves of this dazzling jewellery creation, they radiate out from the centre of the watch face so as to cover the entire surface of the watch. The result shimmering effect is truly mesmerizing.
Housed with the Calibre 1400 residing in this glittering palace, the mechanical manual-winding movement is visible through the sapphire-crystal caseback.
The Traditionnelle High Jewellery boost the prestigious Hallmark of Geneva and the finish of this movement is done entirely by hand following a tradition passed down through the generations since 1755 and according to the most exacting rules of the art of watchmaking.
Founded in 1755 in Geneva, Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watchmaking manufacture in the world, with an uninterrupted activity for almost 260 years.
With the expertise of precious and technical fine watchmaking, Vacheron Constantin continues to design, develop and produce exceptional timepieces, remaining close to the three fundamentals of the brand: perfectly mastered technique, harmonious and inspired aesthetics, and an extremely high level of craftsmanshipand finishing.
Vacheron Constantin is present in 80 countries around the world, distributed through over 30 exclusive boutiques and a network of almost 340 retailers.