Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin

Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin

Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin

Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin

Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin

Courtesy of Vacheron Constantin

Craig Robins & Vincent Brun, courtesy of Vacheron Constantin

Craig Robins & Vincent Brun, courtesy of Vacheron Constantin

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Vacheron Constantin’s “Voyages and Ornaments” in Miami

Swiss watch brand Vacheron Constantin has had a whirlwind of growth in the US as of late, opening five stores across the country in the last three years. The most recent of these opened earlier this month in Miami’s Design District. To celebrate the new boutique, the brand partnered with the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) to create “Voyages and Ornaments,” a collection of Vacheron Constantin watches dating back as early as the 1800s.

In addition to historic examples of enameling, engraving, guilloche, and gem-setting, the exhibition also featured an engraver, gem-setter and watchmaker, all flown in from Geneva to demonstrate their skills and artistry. To fete the new space further, the brand has designed a limited-edition timepiece, the Overseas, only available in the Miami location. Said Vincent Brun, President of Vacheron Constantin’s North American branch, “This new boutique will provide collectors and enthusiasts with a true and exceptional Maison de Haute Horlogerie experience.”

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