VACHERON CONSTANTIN Watches 2020 presented by Christian Selmoni, Style & Heritage Director

In the next 21 minutes Christian Selmoni, Style & Heritage Director of Vacheron Constantin, will present you new watches and animations of existing models.

Vacheron Constantin Overseas perpetual calendar ultra-thin skeleton

Available in an 18K 5N all-gold version, the new Overseas Skeleton Perpetual Calendar watch perpetuates the travel-driven spirit of the collection and combines the refinement of precious metal with the nobility of its ultra-thin openworked complication movement. The 41.5 mm-diameter case houses the prestigious Calibre 1120, which combines an extraordinary aesthetic with Haute Horlogerie values. Greatly appreciated by collectors for its technical qualities and its performance (no adjustment will be required before March 1st 2100, neither for the day, date and month indications, nor for the moon phases), this entirely openworked ultra-thin NAC-treated anthracite grey mechanism is visible through a transparent sapphire dial bearing applied 18K 5N pink gold hour-markers. For the first time in the Overseas collection, the movement’s satin-brushed oscillating weight is open-worked to highlight the half Maltese cross shape. Price: 105,000 Euro excluding tax

Vacheron Constantin Overseas perpetual calendar ultra-thin

The 1755 founded manufacturer is offering a pleasing association of colors by presenting a new Overseas perpetual calendar with a gold case and bracelet along with a blue dial. This model featuring a dial adorned with three different finishes (sunburst, snailed and circular satin-finished) is powered by the Manufacture 1120 QP/1 calibre. Price: 79,300 Euro excluding tax

Vacheron Constantin Fiftysix

The brand’s retro-contemporary collection adopts a new sepia brown-toned dial colour. Available on the Fiftysix complete calendar and Fiftysix self-winding models, this elegant shade perfectly complements the warm hues of the 40 mm-diameter 18 carats 5N pink gold case paired with a brown calfskin strap. A skillful blend of styles and eras for these two models, which are equipped with an open-worked 22 carats gold oscillating weight, whose design is inspired by the shape of the Maltese cross. Price: 16,800 (Fiftysix self-winding) and 30,300 (Fiftysix complete calendar) Euro excluding tax

Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle tourbillon chronograph

The new tourbillon chronograph sets the stage for a tourbillon placed at 12 o’clock and a monopusher chronograph, which pay tribute to the history of Haute Horlogerie and reflect Vacheron Constantin’s technical mastery in the crafting of Grandes Complications. As with all creations from the Maison, particular attention is lavished on the decorations and hand-finishing, whether the tourbillon carriage or the components of the in-house 3200 calibre. Price: 180,000 Euro excluding tax