Vacheron Constantin introduces new versions of three Historiques models and two new pink gold Malte models


The Historiques collection, dedicated to Vacheron Constantin’s creative archetypes, highlights the wealth of the technical and aesthetic heritage of the Manufacture through contemporary reinterpretations. New models are now reviving three icons much sought-after among collectors. Inspired by a legendary 1955 chronograph, the Cornes de vache 1955 model is interpreted in pink gold, while the emblematic cushion-shaped American 1921 and the remarkable Ultra-fine 1955 with its 1.64 mm-thin gold caliber appears clothed in platinum. These models bearing the Hallmark of Geneva and issued in highly exclusive production runs are enriching an exceptional collection dedicated to connoisseurs and devotees of vintage watches.

The Malte collection with its emblematic barrel shape expresses the inimitable inventiveness and elegance of Vacheron Constantin. Two new pink gold creations are joining this collection epitomising a blend of distinctive presence and understatement. The Malte Moon Phase and Power Reserve is a refined complication model displaying a classic style tinged with modernity, while a fresh interpretation of the fascinating Malte Tourbillon Openworked reveals its airy geometry playing with light and shade. These creations bearing the prestigious Hallmark of Geneva assert their aesthetic signature in a nobly distinguished style.