1930s Vacheron Constantin Rectangular Art Deco in stainless steel
Established in 1755, Vacheron Constantin holds the title of the world’s oldest continuously operating watch manufacture. From its origins in Geneva, Switzerland, Vacheron Constantin has exemplified the pinnacle of horological craftsmanship. Throughout its rich history, Vacheron Constantin has crafted watches for royalty, dignitaries, and discerning collectors. The brand’s mastery extends to complications, with innovations like the Kallista, one of the world’s most expensive watches, and the unique Reference 57260, featuring 57 complications.
As a guardian of watchmaking heritage, Vacheron Constantin’s timepieces are a blend of tradition and innovation, consistently setting the standard for haute horlogerie. Each Vacheron Constantin watch is a testament to centuries of expertise, a timeless reflection of the brand’s dedication to the art of watchmaking.