What Makes Vacheron Constantin Special?

Vacheron Constantin stands as the oldest watch manufacturer in the market - its rich history of producing highly refined haut de gammes places it in the league of Patek Philippe and Audemars Piguet as Swiss manufacturers who have never built anything less than high-end watches. With the distinction of creating the most complicated watch ever (Vacheron Constantin ref. 57260) and a continuation of its traditional finishing methods and use of high quality materials, owning a Vacheron Constantin watch represents all that defines luxury.

History of Vacheron Constantin

Vacheron Constantin stands as the oldest Swiss maker of luxury watches. Established in 1755 by Jean-Marc Vacheron, François Constantin joined the company in 1819 to create Vacheron Constantin and has since continued to create high-end watches with the utmost superfluous quality and materials. This continued focus on quality and only offering high-end watches throughout its long history places it in the league of only Patek Phillipe and Audemars Piguet as the "Big 3" of Swiss watchmaking, validated by its creation of some of the most iconic watches and tourbillons ever, such as the most complicated watch ever (ref. 57260), the Ultra Thin Grande Complication Chronograph and the Kallista.

Rarity & Exclusivity of Vacheron Constantin

A Vacheron Constantin watch is made with only the best materials and craftsmanship processes which have been refined for over 200 years. With products such as the Tourbillon Squelette requiring thousands of hours of work to craft and a brand which has stood the test of time in creating these luxury goods, buying a Vacheron Constantin represents a taste in only the highest end of craftsmanship and an appreciation of the rich history of Swiss watch making.