Domů Tagy Metiers
No one at Vacheron Constantin can be unaware of what a passion for fine watchmaking involves. For without passion, there are no real expectations. And though yesterday’s cabinotiers have disappeared, their memory lingers on near the workbenches in the halls of the Manufacture, and today is reawakened by each watchmaker and craftsman, whose movements rekindle their spirit and perpetuate their knowledge.
Vacheron Constantin organised an exceptional evening event at the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York as part of the inauguration of “African and Oceanic Art from the Barbier-Mueller Museum, Geneva: a Legacy of Collecting”, an exhibition dedicated to the masterpieces from the Barbier-Mueller family collection and supported by Vacheron Constantin.
To mark the tenth anniversary of Action Innocence, Vacheron Constantin has created a unique timepiece whose skeletonised, hand-decorated manual-winding movement, the flattest in the world, represents the very pinnacle of the decorative Métiers d’Art so precious to the Geneva-based manufacture.