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Vacheron Constantin

Vacheron Constantin shares a collection of exceptional timepieces, showcasing the Maison’s rich legacy and technical excellence.

As a historic Geneva-based watch manufacture, Vacheron Constantin excels at the art of both precious and technical watchmaking. Prized by watch aficionados since its founding in 1755, the Maison’s timepieces have been cherished by royalty and world leaders alike, including Napoleon Bonaparte, Pope Pius XI, the Duke of Windsor and Harry Truman. Today, Vacheron Constantin designs and produces watches across ten collections for men and women : Patrimony, Traditionnelle, Harmony, Malte, Quai de l’ile, Overseas, 1972, Historiques, Heures Creatives, and Metiers d’art. In addition, inkeeping with a long heritage of creating tailor-made complicated watches, Vacheron Constantin’s Atelier Cabinotiers department designs one-of-a-kind bespoke watches at the request of clients.

Vacheron Constantin’s motto, "Do better if possible, and that is always possible" continues to inspire the men and women of Vacheron Constantin towards groundbreaking watchmaking achievements, while remaining close to the three fundamentals of the brand: perfectly precise methods, harmonious and inspired aesthetics and an extremely high level of finishing touches.




Vacheron Constantin Flagship
729 Madison Avenue E 64th Street
New York, NY 10065
(212) 317-8964

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Vacheron Constantin – Patrimony Perpetual Calendar The Patrimony collection reveals the inherent elegance and finesse of Vacheron Constantin that has been a signature of the Maison since its founding in 1755. The Patrimony Perpetual Calendar houses the legendary Caliber 1120 QP, a mechanical self-winding movement stamped with the prestigious Hallmark of Geneva.
Within the beautiful rose gold case, caliber 1120 QP drives indications of the hours, minutes and perpetual calendar featuring the day of the week in a subdial at 9 o’clock, the date in a subdial at 3 o’clock, the month and leap year on a 48-month subdial at 12 o’clock, and the moon phase at 6 o’clock.