Les Collectionneurs Reference 4667

4667 32 mm Platinum

Les collectionneurs reference 4667

4667

Produced in 1956, this stunning watch presents a 950 platinum case with solid caseback and horns welded to the case middle. Its dial made out of silver, showcases 8 brilliant-cut diamond hour markers on white gold bezels, and 3 baguette-cut diamond hour markers on white gold bezels at 3, 6 and 12 o'clock. The Maltese cross logo and the pointed baton hands are both made of white gold.

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Size
32 mm
Thickness
7 mm
Movement
Manual
Les collectionneurs reference 4667
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4667 32 mm Platinum
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Watch

Weight
42 grams
Year of production
1956
Year of sale
1956
Special features
Extra flat movement
Origin
Swiss made

Case

Material
Platinum
Size
32 mm
Thickness
7 mm

Bracelet

Material of the bracelets
Calf
Size
18/14

Buckle

Type
Ardillon
Material
White Gold

Dial

Indexes type and material
Diamond-set indexes and black lacquered yellow gold baton indexes
Reference
1001
Energy
Manual

About this watch

Reference 4667 exudes the elegance of the extra-flat watches from the middle of the last century, with a precious touch that enhances its allure. With its slightly sloping bezel, it offers a perfect view of the dial with its diamond hour markers and discreet small seconds with perpendicular markers.


About the caliber

In 1952, Vacheron Constantin presented its first timepieces fitted with the manual-winding Caliber 1001, a movement measuring just 2.94 mm in thickness—part of its relentless quest for watchmaking elegance, which is best expressed through its slender curves.

Even today, Caliber 1001 is considered a masterpiece of watchmaking, classified as one of the finest hand-wound movements ever produced, and with a refined aesthetic thanks to its five-bridge construction and its harmonious lines. In this watch, Caliber 1001 is housed in a tripartite platinum case measuring just 7 mm in height.

A trusted link with your timepiece

Each timepiece from this exclusive offer comes with a Digital Passport that provides trust and transparency thanks to key information such as the timepiece's Serial Number and History, information which will be updated throughout the watch's lifetime. A certificate of authenticity and a two-year warranty will aslo be available. 

A link between the past and the present

Enthusiasts and connoisseurs are now able to fulfill their ultimate goal of possessing one of these rare, vintage watches. Carefully selected by the Heritage Department and restored according to the rules of the art within the Manufacture, these Vacheron Constantin timepieces dating from the 20th century are now part of the collection "Les Collectionneurs". 

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The preservation of rare watches

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