Vacheron Constantin Celebrates Opening Moscow Boutique with Limited Edition Collection
Swiss luxury watchmaker Vacheron Constantin has just opened a new boutique in Moscow and, in order to celebrate the event, has decided to release 4 stunning limited edition timepieces.
The first and, arguably, the most impressive is the Traditionnelle Calibre 2253. It comes in a 44mm platinum case with onyx black dial and features a tourbillion, a 14-day power reserve, a perpetual calendar, an equation of time, as well as sunrise and sunset times for the city of Moscow. This exquisite watch is as exclusive as it gets, with only one being produced for this occasion.
Then there’s the ultra-thin Patrimony Perpetual Calendar. Released as a 30-piece limited edition, this watch comes in an 18-carat white gold 41mm case, with a black opaline domed dial and the automatic Calibre 1120QP. Next is the Patrimony Retrograde day and date. Featuring a similar 18-carat white gold case and black opaline dial, this timepiece is remarkable thanks to its two retrograde indications: one in the centre for the date and one at 6 for the day. Twenty items have been made as part of this series.
Finally, the Traditionnelle was released as a 30-piece limited edition and features a hand-guilloché slate-grey dial in a 41mm 18-carat white gold case. Its dial is decorated with a fine pattern reminiscent of the Kremlin.