Vacheron Constantin Florilège

Posted by Bert on Jun 26, 2013 4:30:39 AM

From the Metiers d’Art collection, the Florilège is a trio of watches inspired by The Temple of Flora, a book of botanical illustrations written in 1799 by botanist/explorer Robert John Thornton. The dials of the watches combine the artistic crafts of guillochage, gem-setting and grand feu cloisonné enamel dials. Flowers depicted include the South African Strelitzia, the Virgin’s Lily and the China Limodoron. The watches are fitted with mechanical manual winding movements and are crafted according to Geneva Hallmark standards. The bezels are set with either round or baguette-cut diamonds.

Vacheron Constantin

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