Historiques American 1921
1100S/000G-B734 36.5 mm White Gold
In a spirit very close to the original, this iconic watch in 18K white gold reinterprets a model launched in 1921 specifically designed for the American market during the Roaring Twenties. It is distinguished by its diagonal reading, allowing the time to be read without turning the wrist, as well as by its crown boldly placed between 1 and 2 o’clock. Its manual-winding movement offers a power reserve of nearly 3 days. Its case with a width of 36.50 millimeters lends itself as much to a fashionably stylish wrist as to an urban-chic one.
- 18K white gold
- Thickness (mm)
- Water-Resistance (Bar)
- Case back
- Transparent caseback, sapphire glass
- Number of bracelets
- Material of the bracelets
- calf (burgundy), calf (dark brown)
- Ardillon buckle
- white gold
- 64 grams
- Swiss made
- 4400 AS
- Thickness (mm)
- Number of parts
- Number of jewels
- Power reserve (hours)
- 28800 V.P.H. (4 Hz)
- hours, Minutes, small seconds
- Hallmark Of Geneva
Tell the Time Effortlessly
Elegant and original, this watch takes inspiration from a piece specifically designed for the American market in the Roaring Twenties. The unique diagonal dial allows the wearer to tell the time without turning their wrist. With the crown boldly placed between 1 and 2 o'clock, this design sets itself apart from others.
Delivered with two dedicated calf leather straps in collaboration with the high end Milanese leather goods house Serapian, whose products are crafted entirely in Italy.
PERSONALISE YOUR WATCH WITH A STRAP
Whether it’s the color of the leather, the color of the stitching or the color of the side edges, the possibilities are almost endless to make your watch strap entirely unique. You can also add a design or text to the lining of your watch to make it even more special. The strap bar: a tailored appointment for you to discover in the Vacheron Constantin Boutiques.
THE RE-RELEASE OF ICONIC PIECES
In tribute to the uninterrupted creativity displayed by Vacheron Constantin since 1755, the Historiques line provides contemporary reinterpretations of iconic models from the heritage of the Maison. These legendary creations are now revived through Fine Watchmaking models blending rigorous technical sophistication with daring aesthetics.