Vacheron Constantin Historiques Aronde 1954

Historiques Aronde 1954

This newcomer to the Historiques collection is inspired by a model created during the post-war years. Its pink gold 31.2 x 44. 55mm case embodies a complex construction. “Aronde” is an Old French word for a swallow’s wings, and it refers to the original double-rounded curve unfurling almost like wings along the case flanks. The opaline silvered dial is adorned with a fine hand-guilloché. Find pricing and wallpaper inside.

This distinctive piece with a vintage spirit is powered by Calibre 1400 AS, a mechanical hand-wound movement, bearing the Hallmark of Geneva, developed and manufactured in-house by Vacheron Constantin. This piece has a style all its own, and it harks back to the days when a successful writer, artist, or other creative individual might express their position through the timepiece on their wrist.

The USA retail price is $26,200.

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Historiques Aronde 1954
Historiques Aronde 1954
Historiques Aronde 1954

Historiques Aronde 1954


Reference 81018/000R-9657
Historiques Aronde 1954

Caliber: 1400 AS, developed and manufactured by Vacheron Constantin, stamped with the Hallmark of Geneva

Energy: Mechanical, manual-winding

Movement diameter: 20.65 mm (9 ‘’’)

Movement thickness: 2.60 mm

Jewels: 20

Frequency: 4Hz (28’800 Vibrations/hour)

Indications: Hours, minutes, small seconds at 6 o’clock

Power reserve: Approximately 40 hours

Case: 18K 5N pink gold, 31.20 x 44.50 mm

Water resistance: 3 bar (about 30 meters)

Dial: Opaline silvered, hand-guilloché

Strap Brown stitched-tip, large square-scaled Mississippiensis alligator leather

Clasp Buckle in 18K 5N pink gold, polished half Maltese cross

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