The Holy Trinity embodies the art of watchmaking is been called by the watch connoisseur, which are the three ultra-high-end Swiss watch brands: Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe, and Vacheron Constantin.
All three of these prestigious brands has been established for a long history. They use the finest materials and flaunt precise hand-finishing across all movements.
Vacheron Constantin SA is a Swiss luxury watch and clock manufacturer founded in 1755. It's one of the oldest watch manufacturers in the world. The company has been acquired by Richemont Group in 1996.
The watchmaker Jean-Marc Vacheron was producing the first horological complication and designed the first engine-turned dial. In 1819 his grandson partnered with Francois Constantin and the brand rapidly began expanding. The Maltese cross has been used to identify the brand since 1880. Similarly to Patek Philippe and Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin holds some notable achievements in watchmaking and uses some of the top techniques.
Today, the brand is known for its Overseas collection, made up of chronographs, world time functions, tourbillons, and moon phases.
This 18K pink gold watch combines purity of design with the essence of timekeeping. Inspired by the watches of the 1950s, the hands gently follow the curve of the dial. Its slim case, just 6.80 millimeters thick, has a solid back allowing the watch to be personalized with the owner's choice of engraving. Its manually-wound movement is stamped with the Hallmark of Geneva, a guarantee of excellence and reliability.