Limited to just 50 individually numbered pieces, the latest addition to the collection, which launched in 2006, boasts 31 jewels and is equipped with Calibre 2260, a mechanical hand-wound tourbillon movement with an impressive 14-day power reserve.
The Calibre 2260 is equipped with four barrels stacked in pairs, interconnected and discharging simultaneously at four times a slower than a single barrel.
A 950 platinum dial with a sandblasted finish bears the inscription “PT950” between 4 and 5 o’clock, whilst there is also a power-reserve display.
Secured by a 950 platinum folding clasp, the watch comes on a dark blue Mississippiensis alligator leather strap with a saddle-stitched finish, hand-sewn with silk and 950 platinum.
Founded by Jean-Marc Vacheron in Switzerland in 1755, Vacheron Constantin has grown to become one of the world’s most famous makers of luxury timepieces.