Vacheron Constantin: Silver Fox

by Pressroom

The Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Complete Calendar is an understated class act in white gold and grey.

Swiss luxury watchmaker Vacheron Constantin has long been known for its heritage in making horological complications, notably having created the world’s first-ever watch complication in 1790. The new Traditionnelle Complete Calendar watch – whose complication is also known as a triple calendar – indicates the date, day and month, complemented by the age and phases of the moon.

Already available in 18K pink gold, the new Traditionnelle complete calendar watch is now presented in a 41mm case in 18K white gold and features a velvet-finish slate grey dial – and makes a very strong case for going grey with power and grace.

The classically-inspired design retains its signature trademarks with stepped round case and lugs, fluted caseback and railway minute-track swept over by Dauphine-style hours and minutes hands. The calendar indications are an elegant expression of Vacheron Constantin’s distinctive originality – the day and month windows are positioned around the rim of the dial, while the date is shown by a dedicated pointer. This layout particularly highlights a precision moon phase located at 6 o’clock.

The Traditionnelle complete calendar watch is powered by Calibre 2460 QCL/1, an evolved version of Calibre 2450, the first self-winding movement entirely designed and developed by Vacheron Constantin.

From now till 3 December 2021, this timepiece is exclusively available for purchase via E-boutique (Phone Sales) in Singapore, at +65 800 852 3656

Images courtesy of Vacheron Constantin, artwork by Curatedition. All rights reserved.

Related Links:

Vacheron Constantin: Traditionelle Extraordinaire

Vacheron Constantin: A New Masterpiece In Platinum

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