Video: Tempting Tonneaus: Vacheron Constantin Redesigns the Malte Collection


Vacheron Constantin introduced its first form watch in 1912. To celebrate the centennial of the curvy case, Vacheron Constantin launched four new Malte models at SIHH, each wearing an appealing, updated shape. The top model houses the new hand-wound Calibre 2795 shaped tourbillon movement.

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  1. Debashish Das

    In your Vacheron Constantin Watch Database, there are 28 pages but I could access only the first 9 pages and could not get through to other 19 pages.

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  2. james stern

    hello folks, i recently saw a gentleman wearing a watch i was not familiar with. It was a German watch “D Dornbluth & Sohn” analog date compilation manual wind. He said the price was in the $6000 range. Do you have any information on this watch and its reliability, reputation, etc? Has anyone done any research literature on this watch for your magazine? Looking forward to hearing from you, it certainly was a beautiful watch and extremely high quality. regards, jim stern

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