Vacheron Constantin was founded in 1755 by Jean-Marc Vacheron, an independent watchmaker in Geneva, Switzerland. The company is best known for creating the very first complication in 1770 and the first engine-turned dials in 1779. Today, the legacy continues as Vacheron Constantin continues to push the boundaries of modern watch making. In 2015, the company revealed the world’s most complicated mechanical watch, 57260, which took three watchmakers eight years to build and is comprised of 57 complications.
Like the 57260, every Vacheron Constantin piece undergoes the careful scrutiny of the Geneva office to ensure that the quality deserves the Hallmark of Geneva seal of approval.
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