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February
2024
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Vacheron Constantin at Doha : Jewellery and Watches Exhibition - 5 February – 11 February 2024

  • Vacheron Constantin announces its participation in the Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition 2024. 
  • The Maison will offer an experiential journey enriched with client-first services. 
  • Several novelties from the Traditionnelle, Overseas and Patrimony collections will be showcased. 

Vacheron Constantin, the luxury Swiss watchmaking Maison, renowned for its nearly 270 years of expertise and unwavering commitment to excellence, proudly announces its participation in the highly anticipated Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition, set to take place from February 5th to 11th, 2024.

Immersive experience 
Building on its rich legacy of craftsmanship and innovation, Vacheron Constantin aims to offer a captivating and immersive journey at the exhibition. The exhibition will showcase timepieces with intricate details, from simple elegance to high 
complications, promising a rare and intimate insight into Vacheron Constantin’s unwavering dedication to the artistry of high watchmaking. 
Guests are invited to indulge in unparalleled client-first services, including a dedicated strap bar, providing a personalised experience to explore and engage with the Maison's exquisite timepiece collections, among which the Traditionnelle, Overseas and Patrimony. 
“In a world where time is the ultimate luxury, Vacheron Constantin is honoured to participate in the prestigious Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition once again. Our timepieces are not just instruments to measure time but reflections of our 
heritage, craftsmanship, and dedication to perfection. We invite clients, connoisseurs, and watch enthusiasts to join us on this extraordinary journey of elegance and innovation.” says Christophe Ramel, Regional Director of Vacheron Constantin Middle East.

Overseas moon phase retrograde date: first ever sport watch with a retrograde display for Vacheron Constantin 
The Overseas line incorporates a retrograde display, a function that is part of Vacheron Constantin’s living heritage and continually reinvents itself. The new model keeps the collection iconic attributes immediately recognisable: six-sided 
bezel evoking the Maltese cross, fluted crown, polished and satin-brushed finishes, translucent lacquered dial, luminescent hour-markers and hands, by combining them with a retrograde date and a precision moon-phase.
At the heart of a 41 mm steel case beats in-house Calibre 2460 R31L/2, combining for the first time in this collection a retrograde date and a highprecision moon phase. The iconic blue lacquered dial features a play on light thanks to the velvet-finish flange and sunburst satin-brushed centre. The complications are displayed with extreme legibility. The entire spirit of the Overseas collection is concentrated in this new watch that is totally versatile and intrinsically horological.

Overseas self-winding: a new silhouette 
Four new references in steel and 18K 5N pink gold enrich the Overseas collection, in a 34.5 mm diameter for the non-set versions and 35 mm for the gemset models. With these new sizes suited to both men's and women's wrists, the case design 
has been subtly refined. Three of the new models feature a sunburst blue lacquered dial with a velvety finish for the minutes track, while the fourth in gemset steel is graced with a pink hue. The new watches are fitted with an integrated metal bracelet in 18K 5N gold or steel, depending on the model, secured by two additional interchangeable leather and rubber straps with pin buckles or folding clasps. The colour of the two additional straps corresponds to that of the dials: blue on the non-set gold and steel versions, and gemset beige-pink on the steel variation. Calibre 1088/1 has been chosen to power these pieces. Equipped with a stop-seconds mechanism enabling precision adjustment, it is fitted with the 22K gold rotor bearing the collection's emblematic compass rose, which ensures winding with a 40-hour power reserve.

Overseas self-winding – Clothed in gold and light: A shining addition to the new Overseas 35 mm assortment 
Radiant in gold and light, the new self-winding Overseas sees life in pink and broadens the horizons of elegance. Presented in a 35 mm diameter, this model radiating a slim sporty-chic cuff vibe accompanies the launch of the new ‘One of not Many’ campaign, created with artist and explorer Zaria Forman. Like the rest of the collection, the new Overseas self-winding model features an interchangeable bracelet and buckle system serving to adapt its style to any situation. 
In addition to its pink gold bracelet – as supple and soft as a second skin thanks to its slender links reminiscent of the Maltese cross – this glamorous timepiece comes with two additional straps. A refined yet sporty allure for this model with the look of a fine cuff, delivered with two additional straps and beating to the precise cadence of an in-house self-winding Calibre 1088/1.

Patrimony retrograde day-date 
Heir to the grand stylistic and technical tradition of the Maison, this limited annual production timepiece reveals meticulous attention to detail in which the expression of minimalism is combined with technical excellence. 
The 42.5 mm-diameter 950 platinum case frames a salmon-coloured dial with a sunburst pattern reflecting the codes of the collection. The purity of the design matches the model’s mechanical and aesthetic sophistication. 
Beneath the 12 o'clock hour-marker sits a facetted Maltese cross in relief, the emblem of the Maison. Crafted in 18K 5N pink gold, it features facets that are sandblasted on one side and polished on the other, offering a new expression of the Vacheron Constantin symbol specific to this signature platinum case and salmon-coloured dial. With its original combination of retrograde complications evoking the iconoclastic displays of the 1920s and 1930s, the new Patrimony retrograde day-date in 950 platinum with a salmon-toned dial perpetuates a refined style.

Traditionnelle manual-winding 
Vacheron Constantin expanded its Traditionnelle collection with two models featuring a majestic green sunburst dial highlighted by a pink gold case. The Traditionnelle manual-winding watch is available in two diameters designed to suit every 
wrist. In the 33 mm version, it flaunts its precious finery with a dainty setting of 54 diamonds adorning the bezel; while the 38 mm pink gold case encircles the wrist with a resolutely elegant touch. In the 33 mm version, it flaunts its precious finery with a dainty setting of 54 diamonds adorning the bezel; while the 38 mm pink gold case encircles the wrist with a resolutely elegant touch. These two models, reserved exclusively for China for a full month, are fitted with a tone-on-tone alligator leather strap and driven by in-house manual-winding movements: Calibre 4400AS with a generous 65-hour power reserve for the 38 mm model; and Calibre 1440 with a 42-hour power reserve for the 33 mm version.

Vacheron Constantin Exhibition Details: 
Address: 
DECC – Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre 
Doha, Qatar 

Opening hours: 
Sunday to Thursday – From 12 pm until 10 pm 
Friday – From 3 pm until 10 pm