Vacheron Constantin unveils new Patrimony Traditionnelle models to mark the debut of its Paris boutique


Vacheron Constantin has just announced its first boutique in Paris and 36th in the world at the prestigious Rue de la Paix near Opera Garnier. To celebrate the occasion, the Geneva-based watchmaker has unveiled four limited-edition Patrimony Traditionnelle models. Patrimony Traditionnelle Calibre 2755 is a limited edition timepiece of which only one model will be released. This is an exclusive timepiece that can almost be a heirloom.


The 10-piece limited edition of the Patrimony Traditionnelle chronograph comes with an 18-carat pink gold chronograph and oozes with Parisian elegance, thanks to the “2, rue de la Paix” watermark.

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The 75-piece limited edition of the Patrimony Traditionnelle small seconds is made of pink gold and comes with dauphine-shaped hands and a luxurious Mississippiensis alligator leather strap.


The 75-piece limited edition of the Patrimony Traditionnelle small model diamond-set has 88 round cut diamonds that are set on the bezel and hour markers.

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All 4 models come with the Poinçon de Genève (Hallmark of Geneva) seal, which ensures the integrity and quality of Vacheron Constantin timepieces. With a power reserve of almost 58 hours, these timepieces last long and can be mechanically wound. These watches are not water-resistant and may need to be used with care.

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[Via – Vacheron-Constantin]

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