Les Cabinotiers Singing Birds models, introduced within the scope of Watch & Wonders 2020, bring the technique together with art and carry it to the wrists with a poetic look.
Vacheron Constantin's approach to time measurement reaches its final appearance in the form of a combination of mastery in technique and art, combined with the principles of Haute Horlogerie. When you read, you may not have understood exactly what I mean. When you examine the four excellent Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers - Singing Birds models, which we will introduce to you in a moment, you will understand what I mean.
Champlevé painted enamel masterpieces, magical poetic scenes on the dial, provide an interpretation of 'La Musiique du Temps', which was dreamed by Les Cabinotiers and honored by the imaginary songs of birds.
To be able to produce these two-stage dial models, it is essential to master the volume and workmanship techniques. The enamel side hides the hour/minute guiding module, while other guilloche areas host the markers. It requires extreme precision to provide elegance, functionality and needed artisanship.
Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers - Singing Birds consists of Hummingbird (Ref. 2010C / 000R-B681), Blue Tit (Ref. 2010C / 000R-B682), Blue Jay (Ref. 2010C / 000R-B683) and Robin (Ref. 2010C / 000G-B684) models. All models have a 40mm case. Robin has 18K white gold, others have 18K rose gold cases. All watches have a sapphire crystal case back. There are 'Piéce unique' and 'Les Cabinotiers' embroideries on the back cover.
The dials of the watches in the collection are made of 18K gold, just like their cases. On the left (upper) dial, there are birds; on the right (lower) dial is the hand-applied guilloche ground and the section with numbers. The hour markers are also 18K gold.
The models are powered by the manufacture self-winding Caliber 1120 AT offering a 40-hour power reserve when fully wound.
Mississippiensis alligator straps and buckles compatible with case materials complement Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers - Singing Birds models, which meet horology and art lovers within the scope of the Watch & Wonders 2020 event.