Since the birth of Vacheron Constantin in the 18th century, the company has dedicated itself to innovative complications and designs in the watchmaking industry. One of the first Vacheron Constantin ladies timepieces dates back to 1889, and is one of the first series produced wristwatches:
Today, Vacheron Constantin has quite a selection of offerings for women, from the Malte Collection to the Traditionelle, to name a few. But Vacheron Constantin’s UK Communications Manager, Laura de’Castiglioni, prefers wearing a men’s timepiece: The stunning Overseas Chronograph, to be precise.
“I like a watch with a complication,” admitted de’Castiglioni, arguing that timepieces must showcase mechanical prowess. The Overseas Chronograph is equipped with a Caliber 1137 automatic movement with a 40 hour Power Reserve. Features include minutes, large date at 12 o’clock, a column wheel chronograph with 12-hour and 30-minute counters, small seconds at 6 o’clock, as well as hours.
The 18k 5N pink gold, round case measures 42mm and makes a statement on any wrist. The alligator strap makes this timepiece very comfortable on even a smaller size wrist. The 18k pink gold folding clasp adds an extra special touch to the style and design of this Overseas Chronograph.
Photo Credit: Haute TIme. For more information on this timepiece and others available through Vacheron Constantin, please visit www.Vacheron-constantin.com .