Vacheron Constantin Debuts New Watch with Sixty-Two Diamonds

Photos Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin
Legendary Geneva watchmakers Vacheron Constantin have released the newest member of the Patrimony family of watches, with the debut of the Contemporaine small model. This timepiece exudes understated elegance through an enviable list of features.

The Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Contemporaine small model contains a mechanical, hand-wound movement held within a beautifully-slender 6.7 mm watch profile with minute and hour display. The exquisite minimalism of this timepiece is countered by the rim of 62 brilliant-cut diamonds encircling the edge of the case, catching the light far more often than would gems on the face.

The watch comes in either pink or white 18K gold, and with the choice of a dark blue or warm grey alligator-leather strap, and both come with a second strap in anthracite satin. The intricate inner-workings of the watch can be viewed through a transparent sapphire crystal caseback, while the dial sports a silvered opaline face.

“The Patrimony Contemporaine small model clearly embodies the majesty of true elegance. Its supreme femininity is unequivocally asserted and proves itself entirely worthy of the noble heritage cultivated by a house founded over 255 years ago,” says Vacheron Constantin.

To inquire about acquiring this, or any this horological house’s fine timepieces, visit the Vacheron Constantin website, or stop by their brand-new store in New York City.

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