SIHH 2015 – Celebrating its 260th anniversary, Vacheron Constantin is making a remarkable return to its roots by expanding the Métiers d’Art collection with two new timepieces. Housed in a precious platinum case, these two timepieces are distinguished by movements that are entirely hand-engraved. The first timepiece, Métiers d’Art Mécaniques Gravées – 14-day tourbillon comes with a 41 mm-diameter round case in 950 platinum featuring a concave bezel that intensifies its finesse. Inside is the engraved 2660/1 caliber is a mechanical hand-wound tourbillon movement with an exceptional 14-day power reserve.
The second timepiece, Métiers d’Art Mécaniques Gravées is hosted in a precious 950 platinum, 39 mm-diameter round case with a concave bezel, and is powered by a hand-wound Caliber 4400/1 developed and manufactured by Vacheron Constantin – this movement has a generous almost 3-day power reserve. Both watches are supplied with a dark blue Mississippiensis alligator leather strap, hand-stitched, saddle-finish, large square scales with a Platinum 950 buckle. Available only in Vacheron Constantin Boutiques.
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