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Vacheron & Constantin Ellipse White Gold. REF.00709

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Vacheron & Constantin Ellipse White Gold. REF.00709

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  • Marca:  Vacheron & Constantin
  • Modelo: Ellipse White Gold 18k
  • Número: 2021
  • Gênero: Masculino
  • Características: Movimento mecânico manual ref. 1003, Suíço highgrade, Haute Horlogerie. Sofisticado e preciso, revisado. Couro Croco e fecho ouro branco 0,750 Swiss Depose.
  • Caixa: Ouro Branco, 18k, aprox. 28x30 sem coroa. Acabamento Polido. Swiss Made; Gravado no verso: 18k 0,750 Vacheron & Constantin Swiss, numero de serie, numero de referencia (2021)
  • Fundo: Lindo dial preto, classico;Vacheron & Constantin Geneve; Batons e Ponteiros classicos, em Ouro Branco.
  • Pulseira:  Couro Crocodilo preto, com fecho original ouro branco assinado 0,750 Swiss Depose.
  • Comentários: Seminovo, revisado profissionalmente.  Oportunidade de adquirir um relógio de grande prestígio a um preço atraente. Proveniência: leilão.
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Description:

High End V&C from the 1980´s, ref. 2021, 18k white gold case, black dial, legendary mechanical ultra-slim movement ref 1003, black  strap with WG buckle (see pictures). Spectacular Ellipse shaped case with lovely nuances (beautiful). Very nice condition. Classic, eternal timepiece, enduring by the white gold discretion (much more rare). Professionally revised. Provenance: Local auction.

Details

Basic Info

Listing number

Yes

Brand

Vacheron & Constantin

Code

 

Movement

Legendary Ultra Slim mechanical winding High End ref. 1003

Case material

18k White Gold (bezel, case, back, signed), ellipse shaped

Bracelet material

Leather

Condition

(Worn with little signs of wear)

Scope of delivery

Box V&C

Gender

Men's watch/Unisex

Location

Brazil, São Paulo

Caliber

Movement

Ultra Slim ref 1003, signed, revised (world record)

Number of jewels

17

Case

Case material

18k White Gold

Case diameter

28x30 mm

Glass

Sapphire Glass

Dial

Black, great contrast with the white gold case

Dial numerals

White Gold Batons & hands (great contrast)

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material

Black leather

Bracelet color

black

Clasp

Buckle, white gold, signed 0,750 Swiss Depose

Clasp material

White Gold

Additional Information:

Vacheron Constantin is a luxury Swiss manufacture of prestige watches and a brand of the Richemont group. The company is one of the oldest manufactures in the world with an uninterrupted watchmaking history since founding. It´s one of the big three watchmakers (Holy Trinity, with Patek Philippe & Audemars Piguet).

Vacheron Constantin is a highly regarded Swiss watchmaker. The Vacheron Constantin pocket watch Ref. 57260 (1929), which was owned by King Fouad I of Eygpt, ranks as one of the most expensive watches ever sold at auction, reaching a final price of 2.77 million US dollars  in Geneva on April 03, 2005. In 2015, Vacheron Constantin introduced a new Reference 57260, which currently holds the title of the most complicated mechanical watch/pocket watch ever made in the world, with 57 complications.

Vacheron Constantin was founded in 1755 by Jean-Marc Vacheron, an independent watchmaker in Geneva, Switzerland. In 1877, Vacheron & Constantin Geneve became the official name of the company. In 1880, the company started using the Maltese cross as its symbol, which it still does as of 2018. This was inspired by a component of the barrel, which had a cross-shape and was used for limiting the tension within the mainspring.

In 1996, the entire share capital of the company was bought by the Swiss Richemont Group. In 2004, Vacheron Constantin opened its new headquarters and manufacture in Plan-les-Ouates, Geneva. The Vacheron Constantin headquarters building in Geneva was designed by Bernard Tschumi, and has been noted for its architectural significance. The company produces about 20,000 timepieces per year (less then Patek).

Notable Timepieces:

·         In 1979, Vacheron Constantin made Kallista, one of the most expensive wristwatches. Its initial price was $5 million, but today the watch is valued at about $11 million. Kallista had 118 emerald-cut diamonds. It took about 6,000 hours for the watch masters to make this watch and about 20 months for jewelers to enrich the watch.

·         On April 03, 2005, the Vacheron Constantin pocket watch Ref. 57260 (1929), which was owned by King Fouad I of Eygpt, reached a final price of 2.77 million US dollars  in Antiquorum's Geneva auction.

·         On April 03, 2005, a Vacheron Constantin wristwatch Tour de I'lle reached a final price of 1.56 million US dollars in Antiquorum's Geneva auction.

·         On June 15, 2011, a Vacheron Constantin minute repeater pocket watch, which was owned by James Ward Packard, reached a final price of 1.76 million US dollars in Christie's New York auction. 

Anniversary Pieces:

·         In 2005 Vacheron Constantin created the wristwatch "Tour de I'lle", to mark the anniversary of 250 years of Vacheron Constantin. The watch includes 834 parts and 16 horological complications. It was only available through the Vacheron Constantin shop in Geneva, and sold for more than $1 million.

·         In 2015, during the manufacturer's 260th anniversary, Vacheron Constantin revealed the world's most complicated mechanical watch, named Reference 57260. It took three watchmakers eight years to build the 57-complication watch at the request of a client. Vacheron Constantin would not disclose the exact price of this watch but did confirm that it was between 8 million and 20 million US dollars.

 

Other notable pieces:

 

In 1885, the company created the first nonmagnetic timepiece which included a complete lever assortment made of materials able to withstand magnetic fields. Its construction included a balance wheelbalance spring and lever shaft that were made of palladium, the lever arms—in bronze and the escape wheel was in gold.

Fabergé's 1887 Third Imperial Egg contained a Vacheron Constantin Lady's watch as the surprise.

In the 1970/80s, hold the thinnest mechanical movement ever produced at 1.64mm thickness (ref. 1003); the Saudi Arabic family commissioned a very special collection.

In 2003 Vacheron Constantin introduced a new sports line called Overseas, and a collection called Egérie, the first to include watches for women.

In 2007 Vacheron Constantin introduced the Métiers d'Art 'Les Masques' collection of timepieces featuring miniature reproductions of primitive art masks. The company selected twelve masks from a private museum collection and reproduced the masks on a small scale. The miniaturized masks are featured in the dial centre of every watch from the 'Les Masques' collection.

in 2012, Vacheron Constantin introduced the Métiers d'Art 'Les Univers Infinis' collection of timepieces featuring tessellation, a design of interlocking identical shapes, inspired by the work of Dutch artist Maurits Cornelis Escher.

Past notable owners of Vacheron Constantin watches include: Napoleon Bonaparte, King Farouk and King Fouad (Egypt), G.Mannerheim & Harry Truman (presidents), Edward VIII (King of UK), Pope Pius XI.

 



 

 

 

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 Audemars Piguet, A. Lange & Sohne, Bell & Ross, Blancpain, Breguet, Cartier, Chopard, Cuervos y Sobrinos, Glashute, IWC, Jaeager Le coulter, JeanRichard, Longines, Mido, Montblanc, Panerai, Parmigiani, Piaget, Prada, Roger Dubuis, Seiko, Ulysse Nardin, Vacheron Constantin, Vulcain

 

 

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