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Doha, Qatar 27th of April 2022 – Vacheron Constantin, the luxury Swiss watchmaking Maison with over 266 years of expertise, participates in the annual Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition from the 9th to the 13th of May — one of the largest and most established exhibitions for watches in the Middle East.
The Maison invites watch connoisseurs and collectors to discover the artistry, craftsmanship, and unparalleled quest for excellence that defines the world of watchmaking at Vacheron Constantin.
Recognized for its technical virtuosity and aesthetic refinement, the Maison dedicates this year’s exhibition to “The Anatomy of Beauty®” theme which is a tribute to the detailed finishing work performed by the artisans, down to the most minor details, even on parts that stay invisible to the eye of the spectator. The exceptional experience is accompanied by the presence of a watchmaker allowing visitors to deep dive further into the timepiece and discover the beauty of each single elements.
Vacheron Constantin welcomes guests on this meticulous journey between simple and high complications, highlighting incredible timepieces among the Traditionnelle tourbillon featuring a mother-of-pearl dial, the Traditionnelle tourbillon chronograph monopusher, and the feminine Égérie moonphase jewellery which will be presented.
“We look forward to participating in the renowned Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition again this year and are delighted to welcome watch enthusiasts and connoisseurs into the Maison’s world of high watchmaking. This opportunity will further strengthen the long-lasting relationship with our Qatari clients”, says Christophe Ramel, Regional Director of Vacheron Constantin Middle East.
Égérie Moonphase Jewellery
Celebrating the union between Haute Horlogerie and Haute Couture, Vacheron highlights the captivating Égérie moon phase jewellery timepiece which distils time in a shower of diamonds.
Like an Haute Couture gown, Égérie moon phase jewellery conceals a world of details. Specially designed for the collection, the calligraphic numerals display the delicacy of lace; the moon phase is encircled by diamonds; and the leaf-type hour and minute hands are reminiscent of those used by the nimble fingers of Haute Couture ateliers.
This interpretation is highlighted by a 37mm white gold case, a dial and a bracelet studded with 1,344 brilliant-cut diamonds, along with a rose-cut diamond adorning the offset crown aligned with the moon-phase display.
The Traditionnelle collection combines aesthetic refinement and technical sophistication in the feminine mode by welcoming the very first Vacheron Constantin self-winding tourbillon in a lady’s watch. A gem of horological complexity celebrating mechanical art with great panache.
Housed within a new 39 mm diamond-set pink gold case this prestigious horological complication appears in unprecedented feminine finery. For demanding women looking for a timepiece that combines precision and style.
Traditionnelle Tourbillon Chronograph
Vacheron Constantin unites two horological complications within the Traditionnelle collection. Considered an emblem of Haute Horlogerie, the tourbillon now takes on a stronger personality and more dynamic aura, combined with a monopusher chronograph function.
A modern expression of Geneva’s grand watchmaking tradition, the new Traditionnelle tourbillon chronograph combines the precision of a monopusher chronograph with the sophistication of the tourbillon, a complication single-handedly symbolising the nobility of Haute Horlogerie. Through its ties with centuries of watchmaking culture and its dynamic character, this timepiece pays tribute to mechanical complexity while respecting the Maison’s distinctive aesthetic codes and inherent elegance.