2014 SIHH has come to an end. Vacheron Constantin brought a number of new products at the watch exhibition. Among them, the hollow watch is impressive, pushing the art of carving to a new high. The following is a summary of Vacheron Constantin’s new watches this time, to see this high-end watch brand with a century-old watchmaking history, and what works.
Vacheron Constantin art master ‘Mécaniques Ajourées’
Vacheron Constantin’s new watch collection brings a subtle connection between architecture and watchmaking, two fields with similar trajectories in the late 19th century. The 4400 movement follows the excellent self-made movement design. The light, transparent and exquisite arched structure pushes the art of sculpting to a new high, reminiscent of a large European railway station symbolizing the golden age of the industrial revolution. The sculptor improved the sculpting technique. The outstanding technique is like the sculptor’s hand. Another watchmaking process called ‘Bright Fire Enamel’ adds a charming light effect to the three-dimensional dynamic watch.
More watch details: Malte’s Maltese carved tourbillon embodies Vacheron Constantin’s ingenious craftsmanship for making complex watches. In this watch, the tourbillon is mounted on a monolithic engraved movement, which is independently developed and manufactured by Vacheron Constantin, and is engraved with the famous Geneva seal. Such an excellent watch is a rare masterpiece even in the field of fine watchmaking.
More watch details: Ornements
The top watch brand Vacheron Constantin brought to you this time the masterpiece ‘Fabuleux Ornements’ series of watches, can be described as stunning four seats, let us now appreciate the real shot just sent back from the front.
More watch details: In 1912, Vacheron Constantin completely broke the circular design of pocket watches with absolute innovation and became one of the first watch manufacturers to use barrel-type cases. Since then, the barrel design has become a classic style of Vacheron Constantin, which has attracted countless gentlemen and ladies. Over the past century, the barrel design has gradually merged with the most noble watchmaking technology, creating the immortal legend of Vacheron Constantin’s Malte series.
More watch details: The above is the latest SIHH 2014 cutting-edge information brought to you by the special editor of Watch House. Next, we will provide more and more intuitive exhibition reports, so stay tuned.
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