Vacheron Constantin: The Quest for Perfection
“Always do it better if possible, and that's always possible!” This now-legendary sentence, which was first said by François Constantin on July 5, 1819 is still valid today. Over the centuries, this philosophy has applied to everything that this Geneva-based manufacturer has produced. Since 1819, Vacheron Constantin has perfected the technical, aesthetic and craftsman skills needed to make luxury watches, combining tradition and innovation in the best possible way.
At the Cutting Edge for a Quarter of a Millennium
Founded in 1755, Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watchmaker that has been in constant, uninterrupted production since its founding. With a rich heritage that has been handed down through the generations, from highly skilled craftsmen to highly skilled craftsmen, the brand's watches reflect the values of Haute Horlogerie and more.
Setting the Standard for Technical and Aesthetic Excellence
The Geneva seal is the oldest seal of quality in the art of Swiss watchmaking and has pride of place on the majority of the brand's exquisitely crafted and technically sophisticated watches. Since 1886, the Geneva Seal and the rules it has written for watch manufacturers have set the standard for the technical and aesthetic quality of the individual watch components.
Highest Savoir-Faire and Aesthetics at Their Best
Today, this Geneva-based watch manufacturer offers ten lines that showcase all of the brand's technical refinements, from the distinctive two-hand watch to sporty models and the most sophisticated grand complications with features like perpetual calendars, tourbillons, and repetitions. Every single watch is characterized by Vacheron Constantin's dedication to detail and each has its own personality. Vacheron Constantin pays tribute to and preserves Geneva's unique fine watchmaking tradition through its use of traditional crafts such as guilloché, engraving, and skeletonization, as well as the particularly demanding technique of grand feu enameling.
Vacheron Constantin at Wempe
Wempe and Vacheron Constantin came together in 1929 and were united by their desire to preserve the cultural heritage of true watchmaking art. You will find a growing number of different watch models from one of the world's oldest watch brands both in our showrooms and online. Along with an individual consultation, we also offer a comprehensive service in our showrooms which covers all aspects of your watch, from the replacement of the watch band to professional repairs and complete servicing.