Métiers d’Art Villes Lumières Geneva
|Material: ||White gold|
|Diameter: ||40.00 mm|
|Height: ||8.90 mm|
|W/R: ||30.00 m|
Automatic movement with center seconds, minutes and hours, developed and crafted in-house by Vacheron Constantin. Oscillating at a rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour, this self-winding calibre equipped with a 22-carat gold oscillating weight ensures an approximately 40-hour power reserve. In line with the grand tradition of calibres from the Manufacture, the bridges are manually cut out and bevelled, the sides are hand-drawn with file strokes and each screw is meticulously polished.
|Time:||Minutes, Hours, Seconds|
The Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Villes Lumières is a series of limited edition watches introduced in late 2016. The dial of each model is made of grand feu enamel. On this base, Japanese artist Yoko Imai has applied, between the raised gold ridges, tens of thousands of spangles that shine in the light. The particles of precious powder, all of varying shades and degree of luminosity, interact both amongst themselves and with the dark shades of the Grand Feu enamelled background. The radiance of the composition is more intense in the dial centre and gradually softens towards the outer edges of the dial, forming an nightly aerial view of -in case of the 86222/000G-B101- Geneva.