At the heart of its case ticks the ultra-thin self-winding Calibre 1120 which has earned an excellent reputation. Developed and crafted in harmony with Geneva’s most rigorous Fine Watchmaking traditions, it beats at a frequency of 2.75 Hz (19,800 vibrations/hour) and is endowed with an approximately 40-hour power reserve.
Vacheron Constantin has designed the broad 18-carat pink gold case of its new Patrimony Traditionnelle Self Winding model in accordance with two rarely associated criteria. While the elegant slenderness of its profile proudly proclaims its lineage within the classic tradition, its 41 mm diameter lends it an undeniably contemporary dimension. The sapphire crystal case back enables one to admire the ultra-thin Caliber 1120.
Vacheron Constantin’s timepiece matches the new Hallmark of Geneva requirements that are no longer confined exclusively to the movement, but also take the entire finished watch into account.