The new Vacheron Constantin watch demonstrates an 18K pink gold case that stands out due to its signature shape with three rounded sides. You will notice the uniform polishing on the sides and the round angles. The case catches the light nicely accentuating its curves and levels. Matching the shape of the case, the sapphire crystal is also delicately curved.
The square shape of the dial echoes the shape of the case. Reflecting the fine tradition of artistic crafts cherished by the brand, the dial of the watch features a hand-guilloché centre. The geometrical motif of the dialís center, inspired by the original 1951 model, also accentuates the case shape. One more original detail of the dial is its gracefully beaded and hollowed minute circle.
The heart of the novelty is a famous in-house self-winding mechanical movement - Calibre 2460 SC. Operating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, it is built with a 22K gold oscillating weight and gives an advantage of 40-hour power reserve. The same as all traditionally created Vacheron Constantin calibers, the 27-jewel movement boasts manually cut out and bevelled bridges and accurately polished screws.
The new Vacheron Constantin Toledo 1951 watch corresponds to the requirements of the highly prestigious Hallmark of Geneva.