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Item ID: 300W102256

Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Openworked Platinum Perpetual Watch  

Status
Available for purchase
Brand
Vacheron Constantin
Condition
Pre-Owned
Model
Patrimony Openworked Perpetual Calendar

Product Details:

Bracelet/Band MaterialGlossary
Platinum
Brand
Vacheron Constantin
Case MaterialGlossary
Platinum
Case WidthGlossary
36mm without the crown
ConditionGlossary
Pre-Owned
Face Color - DialGlossary
Skeleton
FeaturesGlossary
Perpetual Calendar
GenderGlossary
Unisex
Model
Patrimony Openworked Perpetual Calendar
MovementGlossary
Automatic
Water ResistantGlossary
Up to 30m
Weight
N/A grams
Wrist SizeGlossary
Up to 7.5 inches
Other info
No Box or Papers

This Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Openworked is a gently pre-owned luxury watch. It is in very good condition, as evidenced by close-up pictures of the actual watch, and there are no major signs of wear on the case, crystal, bezel, back plate, or bracelet. All of the functions work perfectly, and it is guaranteed 100% authentic.

This striking timepiece features a case, bezel, crown, lugs, and bracelet made of platinum, while the bezel sparkles with original diamonds. The case surrounds a skeletonized perpetual calendar, giving the world a look at the insides of this unbelievable horological work, while providing you with an array of information. At 3 o’ clock is a date sub-dial; at 6 o’ clock, a moon phase; at 9 o’ clock, a day sub-dial; and at 12 o’ clock, a month sub-dial. An automatic movement powers the hour and minute hands.

The case measures 36mm without the crown, and 8mm thick. The platinum bracelet is packed with original diamonds; uses a locking clasp; and will fit a wrist up to 7.5 inches. This watch weighs a total 121g.

One of the eldest names in watchmaking, Vacheron Constantin has proven its horological significance time and time again. The company began its work in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1755, under the leadership of Jean-Marc Vacheron. A history of innovation has allowed his legacy to live on. That is why this company’s timepieces have been owned by some of the world’s most recognized leaders, including Napoleon Bonaparte, the Duke of Windsor, Harry Truman, and Pope Pius IX.

Close up pictures provided are of the actual watch. Due to PayPal’s $10,000 payment cap, this watch must be paid for by bank wire or bank check.

This Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Openworked is a gently pre-owned luxury watch. It is in very good condition, as evidenced by close-up pictures of the actual watch, and there are no major signs of wear on the case, crystal, bezel, back plate, or bracelet. All of the functions work perfectly, and it is guaranteed 100% authentic.

This striking timepiece features a case, bezel, crown, lugs, and bracelet made of platinum, while the bezel sparkles with original diamonds. The case surrounds a skeletonized perpetual calendar, giving the world a look at the insides of this unbelievable horological work, while providing you with an array of information. At 3 o’ clock is a date sub-dial; at 6 o’ clock, a moon phase; at 9 o’ clock, a day sub-dial; and at 12 o’ clock, a month sub-dial. An automatic movement powers the hour and minute hands.

The case measures 36mm without the crown, and 8mm thick. The platinum bracelet is packed with original diamonds; uses a locking clasp; and will fit a wrist up to 7.5 inches. This watch weighs a total 121g.

One of the eldest names in watchmaking, Vacheron Constantin has proven its horological significance time and time again. The company began its work in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1755, under the leadership of Jean-Marc Vacheron. A history of innovation has allowed his legacy to live on. That is why this company’s timepieces have been owned by some of the world’s most recognized leaders, including Napoleon Bonaparte, the Duke of Windsor, Harry Truman, and Pope Pius IX.

Close up pictures provided are of the actual watch. Due to PayPal’s $10,000 payment cap, this watch must be paid for by bank wire or bank check.

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