Vacheron Constantin

The newest timepiece to join the Vacheron Constantin collection, the Prestige 1972, is an enduring symbol of the Maison’s creativity and savoir faire.

Faithful to its original design, the asymmetrical stepped case and rose gold hour and minute hands perfectly highlight the subtle flourish of the herringbone pattern carefully detailed on the dial. Powered by the ultra-slim manual winding Vacheron Constantin in-house caliber 1003, and meeting the stringent new requirements to obtain the seal of the Geneva Hallmark, the 1972 Prestige is a
bold timepiece for a refined gentleman of the 21st century.


For the collectors, a second limited edition variation of the Prestige 1972 features an elegant gray dial with geometric pattern and white gold hands. This version, with its stylish contrast of black and white, is created in only 40 pieces and available exclusively through our Vacheron Constantin boutiques.

Vacheron Constantin unveiled its newest creations at the 22nd annual SIHH 2012 in Geneva Switzerland showcasing new additions to the Patrimony, Malte, & Metiers d’Art collections. Please enjoy the candid interview with Hugues de Pins, President of Vacheron Constantin North America!

As the newest addition to the Historiques collection, the bold character and sculptural lines of the Historiques Aronde 1954 captures the creativity and savoir-faire of Vacheron Constantin.

Featuring a rectangular case, hand-made guilloche dial, double-rounded curve on the case flanks reminiscent of wings, and a domed sapphire crystal, the Historiques Aronde 1954 is an iconic creation from the Vacheron Constantin collection.

Perfectly suited to accent the wrist of any gentleman with an appreciation for daring design and mechanical excellence.

It is indeed a beautiful watch housed in 18K Pink Gold, featuring a handwind 1400 AS movement with the Geneva Hallmark:

Reference: 1400 AS
Energy: manual
Thickness (mm): 2.60
Diameter (mm): 20.65 (9”’ )
Number of parts: 98
Number of jewels: 20
Frequency: 4 Hz (28’800 v.p.h.)
Power-reserve (hours): 40 approx.
Indication: hours, minutes, small second
Certification: Hallmark of Geneva