Angus Davies reviews the Vacheron Constantin Malte Small Seconds, a watch recently launched in white gold at SIHH 2014. The tonneau-shaped timepiece features some enhancements. Do these changes represent an improvement?
Angus Davies visited the prestigious Vacheron Constantin Boutique on London’s Bond Street and spent some time with the brand’s 1972 Prestige model. His “hands-on” watch review of this model focusses on the unusual dial which reminds him of Herringbone tweed.
I have looked at the Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Traditionnelle High Jewellery repeatedly and marvelled at its magnificent form. It barely seems real and defies belief with its peerless beauty. However, this is no fictional concept, nor hallucinatory image. This is spellbinding glamour beautifully presented in horological splendour.
Vacheron Constantin launched the Overseas in 1996. This year it has launched the very handsome Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph with gorgeous blue dial. Angus Davies looks closely at the sporty timepiece from the prestigious haute horlogerie brand.
The Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Traditionnelle Calibre 2755 is the product of numerous hours of skilled toil and patience. Angus Davies reveals why this watch had such a profound effect on his pscyhe.
The Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph Perpetual Calendar features two useful complications, a chronograph and a perpetual calendar. Angus Davies reviews this exemplar of haute horlogerie from one of the great maisons of Geneva.
“Between us and excellence, the gods have placed sweat on our brows.”
At SIHH 2012, Genevan haute horlogerie brand, Vacheron Constantin revealed several new versions of its Malte. The ultimate Malte has to be the model with the whirlwind at its core, the Malte Tourbillon. Angus Davies provides an in-depth review of this high-end watch.