Vacheron Constantin, the world's oldest Haute Horologerie manufacturer with more than 250 years of uninterrupted history, marked yet another successful appearance at the 22nd edition of Jewellery Arabia in Bahrain that took place between the 19th and 23rd of November.
Held at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre, Jewellery Arabia is considered as the largest and most prestigious jewellery exhibition in the Middle East and showcases unparalleled collections from distinguished watch and jewellery manufacturers. Vacheron Constantin, regular exhibitor at the celebrated fair, this year also revealed stunning timepieces such as the Patrimony Traditionnelle Haute Joaillerie, that blends aesthetics, craftsmanship and technics. Among the diverse timepieces showcased at the exhibition, the Patrimony Traditionnelle 14-day tourbillon and the Patrimony Contemporaine small model proved to be the highlights of the Vacheron Constantin display this year.
The Patrimony Traditionnelle 14-day tourbillon is known to have been the first Vacheron Constantin watch to be approved according to the new Hallmark of Geneva criteria. In offering a new demonstration of the major horological complication represented by the tourbillon, Vacheron Constantin has opted for an impressive display of its skills and know-how. Moreover, beating at the heart of the watch, the new Vacheron Constantin Calibre 2260 is simply unequalled. All of which combines to make it a predestined collector's item.
Because Vacheron Constantin makes women's hearts beat a tiny bit faster, the Manufacture is delighted to introduce the dainty Patrimony Contemporaine small model. This timeless watch showcases the jewellery-making expertise of the gemsetting artisans within the Manufacture in a 36mm diameter.
The Patrimony Contemporaine small model also meets the new Hallmark of Geneva requirements
Once again, Vacheron Constantin managed to add its exceptional touch of precision and elegance to Jewellery Arabia 2013!
About Vacheron Constantin
Established in 1755 in Geneva, Vacheron Constantin is the world's oldest watch manufacture and has been making watches without any interruption for almost 260 years. Founders of the true spirit of technical and precious Haute Horlogerie, the men and women of Vacheron Constantin continue to design, develop and Manufacture exceptional timepieces that adhere to the Maison's three fundamental values: expert technique, inspired and harmonious aesthetics, and an extremely high level of finishing.