We were recently blown away by the amazing craftsmanship that went into the production of the Grand Complication Phoenix. However, our appreciation for these remarkable timepieces doesn’t end there. The watchmaker throws us another bespoke piece with the Vacheron Constantin Minute Repeater Tourbillon Sky Chart. This model represents a perfect contrast to the rose gold-clad variant with its white gold finish. Meanwhile, don’t let its supposedly simple appearance fool you, because underneath its shell lies an outstanding feature.
From afar, its design looks deceptively modest. Yet, when you get up close and personal, that’s where it shines. We mean that literally because the watch boasts an array of baguette diamonds set around its bezel, lugs, as well as on the hour markers. Furthermore, the number of sparkling stones on the timepiece totals to around 5.80 carats. The black dial seems uncluttered with an intricate pattern engraved towards the center. Additionally, its tourbillon sits on the 6 o’clock position,
Akin to the Grand Complication Phoenix, the Vacheron Constantin Minute Repeater Tourbillon Sky Chart relies on a 2755 BOSS manual caliber. Moreover, you can flip the wristwatch over to discover a sapphire-covered case back that holds a striking complication. It represents Geneva’s night sky and includes stars, constellations, as well as the Milky Way. The rear dial completes its revolution every 23 hours and 56 minutes.
Photos courtesy of Vacheron Constantin