|Name:||Patrimony Perpetual Calendar Pink Gold / Silver|
Price in euro
Such a miniaturised mechanical marvel deserved a truly worthy stage-setting. Characterised by taut lines, a sleek profile, slender trapeze-shaped hour-markers, baton hands, a cambered dial and a minute track beaded with gold cabochons, the new Perpetual Calendar model by Vacheron Constantin features all the distinctive characteristics of the Patrimony Contemporaine collection. Beneath the opaline silvered dial, the lunar disc portrays a golden moon set against a lapis lazuli sky. The 41 mm-diameter 18K pink gold case is water-resistant to 30 metres and fitted with a sapphire crystal back revealing Calibre 1120 QP. The Patrimony Contemporaine Perpetual Calendar is equipped with an alligator leather strap secured by an 18K pink gold folding clasp.
This hand-wound movement bearing the Hallmark of Geneva is equipped with an oscillating weight featuring the particularly meticulous finishing that is the signature of fine watchmaking. Beating at a frequency of 2.75 Hz (19,800 vibrations per hour), it has an approximately 40-hour power reserve. Calibre 1120 QP drives indications of the hours, minutes and perpetual calendar featuring the day of the week in a subdial at 9 o’clock, the date in a subdial at 3 o’clock, the month and leap year on a 48-month subdial at 12 o’clock, and the moon phase at 6 o’clock.
|Base:||Vacheron Constantin 1120|
|Date:||Day, Leap Year, Month, Perpetual Calendar|