Vacheron Constantin Platinum Square with diamonds, from 1945
Vacheron Constantin Platinum Square with diamonds, from 1945, truly exotic piece with unusual combinations. The brown leather strap is perfectly paired with black dial with diamonds. One of a kind piece.
This 1945 vintage beautiful Vacheron Constantin Rectangular Wristwatch is in platinum, it includes the rectangular case, engraved back Vacheron Constantin logo, smooth crown with fluted edges and curvy lugs. The watch has a black dial with quarterly applied diamond rectangles and square diamond numerals with platinum hands and a brown leather strap.
|Case material||Yellow gold|
|Bracelet material||Brown leather|
|Condition||Very Good (Worn with little to no signs of wear)|
|Scope of delivery||No original box, no original papers|
Regarded as one of the members of the ‘Holy Trinity’ of Swiss watchmakers (along with Patek Philippe and Audemars Piguet), Vacheron Constantin is the world’s oldest continuously operating watchmaker, with a history that dates back to 1755. With a legacy that spans over 260 years, many modern Vacheron Constantin watches draw inspiration from the brand’s vast archives of vintage watch designs, but are always built to exacting standards to meet modern expectations. Vacheron Constantin is renowned for making some of the finest timepieces and exquisitely decorated mechanical movements, often marked with the coveted Poinçon de Genève.
With an uncompromising dedication to the artistry of watchmaking, the master craftsmen of the Maison have passed their passion and expertise down through countless generations. Today, their creations represent the end result of more than two-and-a-half centuries of relentless improvements, enhancements, and perfectionism, while all retaining an emblematic visual identity.
The manufacturer’s devotion to only the very highest standards in design and engineering has won them patrons ranging from captains of industry to heads of state and royal monarchs.
In 2015, Vacheron Constantin made history by unveiling the most complicated watch in the world. The Vacheron Constantin reference 57260 boasts 57 complications (including four types of calendars) and took eight years to build. The piece measures a whopping 98mm in diameter and 50.55mm thick, and features two dials to house the displays for all the different functions.
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