Vacheron Constantin has made legendary history with the making of its incredible high-jeweled watches, such as the Kallista (a watch made in 1979 that took 6,000 hours of workmanship to set the 130 carats of diamonds that comprised its case and bracelet), which inspired the brand a couple of decades later to create the Kalla and Lady Kalla– some of the most expensive watches in the world. Now the brand reinforces its expertise in this arena with an all-new artistic high-jewelry piece. The new the Haute Joaillerie Haute Couture à Pampilles – with oval dial – magically captures the heart and the soul with its magnificent craftsmanship and shimmering beauty.
The secret Pampilles is adorned with 28.70 carats of diamonds, some of which conceal the lovely dial. The watch is set with flame-cut, princess-cut and brilliant-cut diamonds for incredible allure. The Art-Deco and Art-Nouveau styled watch houses the brands legendary Calibre 1005 hand-wound calibre consisting of 89 pieces. This work of art is another Vacheron Constantin example of perfect synergy of its many artisanal crafts.