SIHH 2009 novelty: Jewellery Patrimony Traditionnelle

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Jewellery Patrimony Traditionnelle
Scintillating mechanics


When the best of Haute Horlogerie marries the best of Haute Joaillerie, exceptional timepieces are the natural offspring. So it is with the Geneva Manufacture’s new sparkling additions to the Patrimony Traditionnelle line.

Offered in two different versions - 38 mm and 30 mm – these new diamond-paved jewellery pieces respect the principal aesthetic features of the Patrimony Traditionnelle line.

With their remarkable jewellery-setting and impressive lines, these exceptional pieces open up new horizons in the world of precious Haute Horlogerie.

Set with 473 diamonds (totalling 1.67 carats) on the dial and 167 diamonds (totalling 1.27 carats) on the 18K white gold case, as well as a diamond on the crown, the larger version houses Vacheron Constantin’s 1400 calibre, a manual-winding mechanical movement stamped with the prestigious Hallmark of Geneva.


The new smaller 30-mm Patrimony Traditionnelle comes with a quartz 1202 movement and in several versions:

- One shimmering diamond-paved version, with 264 diamonds (totalling 0.92 carats) on the dial and 131 diamonds (totalling 0.79 carats) on the 18K white gold case.

- Two more lightly-set versions, with 24 diamonds (totalling 0.04 carats) on the hourmarkers and 64 diamonds (totalling 0.42 carats) on the bezel, and an 18K white or pink gold case.


SIHH 2009 novelty: Jewellery Patrimony Traditionnelle

SIHH 2009 novelty: Jewellery Patrimony Traditionnelle
Would love to see one with a cream dial and no diamonds (nt)
01/19/2009 - 05:13
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