Malte Tourbillon Haute Joaillerie

Vacheron Constantin

Malte Tourbillon Haute Joaillerie

30630/000G-9899

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Description

First introduced in 2013 in anticipation of SIHH 2014, the Malte Tourbillon Haute Joaillerie is a diamond-studded version of Vacheron Constantins Malte Tourbillon., , This exceptional piece is a vibrant dedication to the Métiers d’Art, which here border on the sublime. With the invisible settings all entirely hand-crafted, it is dressed in 418 baguette diamonds (totalling approximately 19.6 carats), creating a supreme illumination of time., , The cutter worked on the stones one by one, to the nearest micron, so that the jewel-setter was able to fit them perfectly into the place prepared for them. The precision required for such an exacting task meant that over 100 hours of goldsmithing work went into creating this wondrous composition of diamonds.

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Specification

  • Brand Vacheron Constantin
  • Collection Malte
  • Reference 30630/000G-9899
  • Produced 2014
  • Limited Yes, 50 units
  • Glass Sapphire
  • Back Open
  • Shape Tonneau
  • Color Paved
  • Frequency 18000 bph
  • Hands Alpha
  • Type Handwound
  • Power Reserve 45 h
  • Caliber 2795

Description

First introduced in 2013 in anticipation of SIHH 2014, the Malte Tourbillon Haute Joaillerie is a diamond-studded version of Vacheron Constantins Malte Tourbillon., , This exceptional piece is a vibrant dedication to the Métiers d’Art, which here border on the sublime. With the invisible settings all entirely hand-crafted, it is dressed in 418 baguette diamonds (totalling approximately 19.6 carats), creating a supreme illumination of time., , The cutter worked on the stones one by one, to the nearest micron, so that the jewel-setter was able to fit them perfectly into the place prepared for them. The precision required for such an exacting task meant that over 100 hours of goldsmithing work went into creating this wondrous composition of diamonds.

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