If you are up for skeletonized watches, then here we have the Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Traditionnelle Skeleton Perpetual Calendar to titivate wrists. Motivated by lines of the Eiffel Tower, this timepiece with transparent sapphire dials exhibits the perpetual calendar indications. Another distinguishing feature of the movement is the complexity of its decoration and the sophistication of its execution, making it a major new benchmark in the world of skeleton watches. A silvered ring holds the hour markers and minute-track.
The movement is the Calibre 1120 QPSQ, self-winding mechanical, stamped with the Geneva hallmark with 36 jewels, beating at 19,800 bph and a power reserve of 40 hours. The watch measures 39mm and comes in 18K rose gold or platinum. The strap is dark-blue or brown, hand-stitched alligator mississipiensis with either a platinum or gold buckle. Using transparency and shimmering light to transform a complicated watch movement into an aerial ballet of pierced bridges and gear-trains is an art that Vacheron Constantin has mastered to perfection, an art requiring complementary expertise: that of the master watchmaker to create the complication, that of the master engraver to reveal the soul of the movement.