Meet Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Traditionnelle Self-Winding Watch

Oct 16, 2012
Vacheron Constantin proudly presents its new Patrimony Traditionnelle Self-Winding watch. The novelty has been created as a perfect reflection of authentic horological traditions.

The new Vacheron Constantin watch corresponds to the new Hallmark of Geneva requirements that are now applied not only to the movement, but to the entire timepiece.

The new Patrimony Traditionnelle fascinates the glance by its pure lines and nicely balanced proportions. The opaline silver-toned dial reflects the elegance of traditional watchmaking. You will notice such nice details as a slender bezel, a knurled motif embellishing the screw-down case-back, 18K pink gold applied hour-markers, black-painted indications minute-track and refined dauphine hands.

The 41 mm case is sculptured in 18K pink gold. It touches imagination by the elegant slenderness of its profile. The case-construction is 30-meter water-resistant.

The case accommodates an ultra-thin self-winding movement - Calibre 1120. The 144-part, 36-jewel mechanism was developed and crafted as a nod to Genevas Fine Watchmaking traditions. Beating at a frequency of 19,800 vibrations per hour, it provides a 40-hour power reserve. The smooth surfaces of the movement are embellished with a meticulously performed Côtes de Genève pattern. All the sharp angles are chamfered and hand-polished. Watch connoisseurs can admire the movement via the sapphire crystal case-back.

The new Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Traditionnelle Self-Winding watch is mounted on a classic strap in chestnut brown alligator Mississippiensis, fitted with an 18K pink gold pin buckle.

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