Métiers D'art Les Aérostiers - Versailles 1783
7610U/000G-B244 40 mm White Gold
An ode to the adventurers of the sky, this model tells the story of one of the first flights made in France on a hot-air balloon, in 1783. This work of art features plique-à-jour enameling, a technique never previously used by the Maison. It depicts a miniature stained-glass window with a hand-engraved balloon in the center which captivates with its rich details. This 18K white gold self-winding watch is stamped with the Hallmark of Geneva and limited to 5 pieces each engraved with its own individual number.
- 18K white gold
- Size (mm)
- 40 mm
- Thickness (mm)
- Water-Resistance (Bar)
- Case back
- Transparent caseback, sapphire glass
- Number of bracelets
- Material of the bracelets
- Mississippiensis alligator (dark brown)
- Deployant buckle
- white gold
- 18K white gold
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.
AN IDENTITY THAT CELEBRATES A HERITAGE AND DARES TO DELIVER THE UNEXPECTED.
Celebrating decorative techniques applied in watchmaking and jewelry, the watches in the Métiers d'Art collection find their inspiration in art, history, and culture.
Enhanced by the Manufacture's master craftsmen, these genuine works of art demonstrate a creativity that is open to the world and know-how that has been passed down from generation to generation.