Horological Art by Vacheron Constantin  1 Comments


I photographed these images awhile ago and had not had the chance till now to share them with readers here. I have great respect for Vacheron, its achievements today and its historical milestones. I have featured several times the wonderful skeleton movements as well as many of its tourbillons but of late, and especially last year I started to appreciate the very fine craftsmanship that goes into its dials.

Here were the three that was shown in 2012 from the Metiers-D-Art-Les-Univers-Infinis range. I was so enamoured by the "Fish Watch", that I decided to hang a poster of the blue dial on my study wall next to an original self portrait by an ageing Vietnamese artist, Van Tho - who seems to be looking at and appreciating the poster as well.

The guilloche and cloisonné dial are made by hand and only 20 of each model will be produced. More information of this series is found HERE. I recommend viewing the video of how these watches are produced. Do click on the images to view them in higher resolution.



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