Greatly fascinating, a total of five different timepieces have been manufactured for the new collection which is planted on the exemplary fabrics of Vitale Barberis Canonico.
The design features a a guilloche dial that is enameled – in Grand Feu enamel – crafted in utmost elegance, in order to create the dial’s rich texture and get vivid color tones which precisely expresses the soul of the deluxe fabrics the dials are inspired by.
The sub dial that holds the hours and minute hands is formed out of a mother of pearl chapter ring with hand painted numerals. The motif in the center here is achieved using a pantograph machine that is able to carve out these extravagant textures onto the enamel surface.
The timepieces in this stunning collection are powered by the Vacheron Constantin’s in-house Caliber 1400. A stunningly finished manual winding movement which also holds the Poinçon de Genève.
Now, we leave you with pictures to discover all five timepieces and their unique dials created within the collection.