Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Florilège collection is merging the watch dial and botanical arts
Two years after its first presentation, luxury Swiss manufacturer of prestige watches Vacheron Constantin unveiled three new models from its Métiers d’Art Florilège collection.
In the 2015 chapter of Vacheron Constantin’s Métiers d’Art Florilège collection, some of the most attractive plants from around the world blossom in a tribute to naturalism and to the art of 19th century British botanical illustrations.
The luxury watch manufacturer orchestrated an association of figurative guilloché, Grand Feu cloisonné enamelling, and gemsetting.
The Métiers d’Art Florilège trio is equipped Calibre 4400. A mechanism boasting outstanding precision that beats off the hours and minutes with perfect regularity at a cadence of 28,800 vibrations per hour. It has an almost three-day (around 65- hour) power reserve.
These three models come in two styles: one version with a bezel set with round-cut diamonds (approx. 1.10 carats), available in a 20-piece limited numbered edition; and another featuring a bezel set with baguette-cut diamonds (approx. 1.90 carats) available as a series of five numbered watches exclusively available from the Vacheron Constantin Boutiques.
These watches are all certified by the Hallmark of Geneva.