A big thank you to Vacheron Constantin Paris

This is just a short post to say that I was in Paris last week and took the opportunity to visit the Vacheron Boutique.
Now I know much has been said lately about the London Boutique but I have yet to visit there.
However, I must confess that I was very very impressed by the Boutique in Paris. It’s a very lovely interior with  a private alcove but a very relaxed atmosphere.
I cannot say enough good things about the staff who were very welcoming and with whom I discussed my favourite VC timepieces.
But a very special thanks must go to M. Jean-Yves di Martino who took time on two separate days to be a fantastic host.
I was able to get some close looks at host of beautiful contemporary pieces as well as see some of the fantastic vintage pieces they had.
I also brought a few of mine including the Overseas NYC Edition, which some of the staff had never see; as well as the Malte QP Chrono and my Atelier Cabinotier watch.
But alas, I was so engrossed in conversation and having such a grand time, that I didn’t even realize I had neglected to take any photos until after I left the Boutique :-(
But I did have my camera in Paris, so there are a few pics in a following post.
Best to all,
So close yet so far...
07/23/2013 - 03:38
shame you couldn't pass by London... for once that we have a nice summer! it will have to be next time. It is good to hear (although not surprising!) that VC's delivers a quality of service across all of its Boutiquesyes Next time I'm in Paris I'll have to go and visit (Lin, will let you know...) Cheers,  Francois
Thanks, Francois,
07/23/2013 - 05:45
I did think about it but it was a short visit, only 4 days, so it wasn't feasible. But next time. all the best, Joseph
couldn't have expected less! did you see the Degas watches?
07/23/2013 - 11:07
did you see the Degas watches?
07/23/2013 - 14:20
Yes, I did, Alex. They are really unbelievable! They captured the essence of the paintings very well, but in addition, and I don't know how they did it, the paintings on the dials had a luminescent 3-D quality. Quite remarkable! Best, Joseph