Vacheron Constantin

1972 Prestige

33172/000G-9775

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Description

Vacheron Constantin may not be the oldest watch brand, but it does have the claim to fame for being the world’s oldest continually operating Swiss brand. The brand, founded in 1755, is known for its complex high complications and time honored watchmaking. Another of its bragging rights comes from creating some of the most complicated watches ever built. The brand continues to build everything in house in Geneva and offers a variety of models in nearly a dozen collections. The brand is committed to craftsmanship and continues to produce excellent timepieces such as their new Patrimony and Traditionnelle lines.

The assymetrical case of the 1972 Prestige is based on a Vacheron Constantin watch introduced in 1972 in honor of the Comité de France awarding the Prestige de la France award to Vacheron Constantin. Its curved case houses caliber 1003, which is among the thinnest mechanical movements in existence.

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Specification

  • Brand Vacheron Constantin
  • Collection 1972
  • Reference 33172/000G-9775
  • Produced 2013
  • Limited No
  • Glass Sapphire
  • Back Closed
  • Shape Rectangular
  • Color Grey
  • Frequency 18000 bph
  • Hands Dauphine
  • Type Handwound
  • Power Reserve 31 h
  • Caliber 1003

Description

Vacheron Constantin may not be the oldest watch brand, but it does have the claim to fame for being the world’s oldest continually operating Swiss brand. The brand, founded in 1755, is known for its complex high complications and time honored watchmaking. Another of its bragging rights comes from creating some of the most complicated watches ever built. The brand continues to build everything in house in Geneva and offers a variety of models in nearly a dozen collections. The brand is committed to craftsmanship and continues to produce excellent timepieces such as their new Patrimony and Traditionnelle lines.

The assymetrical case of the 1972 Prestige is based on a Vacheron Constantin watch introduced in 1972 in honor of the Comité de France awarding the Prestige de la France award to Vacheron Constantin. Its curved case houses caliber 1003, which is among the thinnest mechanical movements in existence.

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