Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Minute Repeater Tourbillon Sky Chart

Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Minute Repeater Tourbillon Sky Chart

The new Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Minute Repeater Tourbillon Sky Chart is the subsequent exceptional piece disclosed by the Geneva-based brand in the casing of its pre-SIHH 2019 introductions. Much the same as the Grande Complication Phoenix we divulged a couple of hours prior , the Minute Repeater Tourbillon Sky chart is outstanding in each regard, combining three significant complications (tourbillon, minute repeater and sky chart) housed in a white gold case set with 112 loaf cut diamonds.

The 413-section development depends on the hand-wound type 2755 beating at 18,000 vibrations each hour and with 58 hours of force hold. It is controlled by a one-minute tourbillon and incorporates a minute repeater. Turning the watch over, the case back uncovers an amazing star-looking greeting and highlights a portrayal of the night sky above Geneva.

The Milky Way, heavenly bodies and stars perform one full turn in 23 hours and 56 minutes, relating to the sidereal time. An oval on the sapphire gem shows the segment of the night sky you can right now see. The dial’s curved shape complements the feeling of profundity. The sky chart is complemented by signs of sidereal time, months and cardinal points.

This 45mm watch is introduced in 18k white gold appearing differently in relation to a dark guilloché dial. Its work of art, unadulterated plan is featured by the radiance of jewels. Adorned with roll cut precious stones, which have been undetectably set in the bezel and drags, a sum of 5.80 carats of jewels design the case. The hour markers are loaf cut precious stones too.

The Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Minute Repeater Tourbillon Sky Chart is worn on a dark, hand-sewed crocodile tie with a Maltese cross-molded collapsing clasp. As one would expect, it bears the Hallmark of Geneva. The retail cost for this stand-out creation is accessible upon demand at Vacheron Constantin. For more data, if it’s not too much trouble, visit www.vacheron-constantin.com .