Vacheron Constantin-Crafting eternity since 1755
Founded in 1755, Vacheron Constantin is the world’s oldest watch Manufacture in continuous production for over 260 years, faithfully perpetuating a proud heritage of watchmaking excellence and stylistic sophistication through generations of master craftsmen.
Over 260 years of Fine Watchmaking
At the pinnacle of high horology and understated elegance, the Maison creates timepieces with unique technical and aesthetic signatures, and an extremely high level of finishing touches.
Vacheron Constantin brings to life unparalleled heritage and a spirit of innovation through its key collections: Patrimony, Traditionnelle, Métiers d’Art, Overseas, Fiftysix and Historiques. It also offers its discerning clientele of connoisseurs the rare opportunity to acquire unique and bespoke timepieces by means of its “Les Cabinotiers“ department.
Technical Excellence – Ref 57260
Revealed on September 17th 2015, the day of the 260th anniversary of the Maison, the custom made Reference 57260 was conceived over a period of 8 years by three of the company’s Master Watchmakers. It is the most complicated watch ever made, exhibiting a total of 57 complications.
Poinçon de Genève
The Hallmark of Geneva certifies compliance with the traditions of Genevan workmanship. Vacheron Constantin, which first applied for the hallmark in 1901, is the oldest watchmaking firm that has its movements stamped with the Hallmark of Geneva.
Offering the Keys to Modern Elegance and Relaxed Refinement
Fiftysix®. A name and a date evoking an iconic model presented in 1956: the reference 6073. Its design expresses the particularly abundant creativity displayed by Vacheron Constantin during the 1950s. This timepiece is distinguished by its shape – and notably its lugs, each representing a branch of the Maltese cross which has become an emblem of the Manufacture.
A collection expressed through three models, each with its own variations: