The Vacheron Constantin Patrimony heritage series integrates Vacheron Constantin’s unique DNA accumulated over 254 years, a tradition of excellence and superb craftsmanship. This series is a symbol of Vacheron Constantin’s ultimate elegance, and it also represents the brand identity established by Vacheron Constantin for a long time. With its unique round case and classic design that transcends time and space, the Patrimony heritage watch reflects its roots in the purest tradition of fine watchmaking.
Patrimony Traditionnelle Series Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Watch Reference Price: RMB 994,000
It is divided into Patrimony Traditionnelle heritage classic series and Patrimony Contemporaine heritage contemporary series. In 2010, the Patrimony Traditionnelle series perpetual calendar chronograph watch and Patrimony Contemporaine series platinum limited edition pocket watch were officially launched.
TriThe design of the Patrimony Traditionnelle series perpetual calendar chronograph watch is also unique in its design. The 18K rose gold case inherits the consistent style of the Patrimony Traditionnelle series, elegant, simple and classic. The large 43 mm case makes all scales on the dial extremely legible.
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The silver opal dial with snailed stopwatch scale and black lacquered minute scale shows the characteristics of the multi-layered texture decoration process of the original Vacheron Constantin chronograph watch. Watch enthusiasts will surely find it similar to the chronograph stopwatch of the 1940s. Office.
1141 QP manual winding mechanical movement vibrates at a frequency of 18,000 times per hour and has a power reserve of approximately 48 hours. In addition to the small seconds at hours, minutes and nine o’clock, the central chronograph seconds hand and the 30-minute counter at three o’clock show the chronograph’s features. The perpetual calendar has a date, day of the week, month display, leap year display, moon phase profit and loss display, and a date hand at six o’clock.