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Friday 03 February, 2012 - 15:00 PM EST

Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Les Univers Infinis

New Limited Edition Watch by Vacheron Constantin





One of the most impressive revelations at the past SIHH 2012 came from the watchmaker masters at Vacheron Constantin who presented a new limited edition to the Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Les Univers Infinis collection. 

The Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Les Univers Infinis really tries to make the universe infinite with a masterful craftsmanship of only 20 pieces with an incredible design inspired by the work of Dutch artist M.C. Escher, who was in turn inspired by Moorish art. The repeated graphic patterns gives this timepiece a sense or order, symmetry and geometry by using the “tessellation” technique. 

There are three different models, all limited edition of the Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Les Univers Infinis. The Dove watch features hand-guilloché work in its final phase of craftsmanship and one bird in this ethereal scene has been diamond-set with 38 brilliant-cut stones. The Fish watch features cloisonné enamelling, achieved by first marking each outline using fine gold wire before the enamelling process. The Shell watch features champlevé engraving – each field is hollowed out individually before the enamelling work is added.

Each piece of the Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Les Univers Infinis houses the Vacheron Constantin manufacture Calibre 2460SC with 40 hours of power reserve inside a 40mm case made of 18K gold. 




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