To mark the tenth anniversary of Action Innocence, Vacheron Constantin has demonstrated its continuing support of the association by creating an exceptional, unique timepiece to be auctioned during the Gala Evening on Thursday, 18 June, in Geneva.
Made specially for the occasion, this piece houses a skeletonised movement with an “ottoman” hand-made decor to fit in with the evening’s theme. The side of the case-middle at 9 o’clock bears the engraving Action Innocence.
This polished 18K white gold watch features a round case with a diameter of 30mm and a thickness of 5.48mm, a convex sapphire crystal, and a transparent back through which to admire the 1003 SQ manual-winding mechanical movement stamped with the prestigious Hallmark of Geneva. This movement is only 1.64 mm thick, making it the flattest in the world at present. The time is indicated by dauphine hour and minute hands on a black painted minute-track.
The gift of a timepiece celebrating Vacheron Constantin’s horological mastery and excellence of finishing underlines the importance that the watch manufacture attaches to the day-to-day work carried out by this association. Presided over by Valérie Wertheimer, its aim is help preserve the dignity and integrity of children on the internet.