It’s another stunning timepiece from Vacheron Constantin’s Les Cabinotiers department (the elite bespoke workshop previously responsible for 2019’s jaw-dropping “La Musique du Temps”) – and their most complicated yet.
Combining 24 complications, including a tourbillon and minute repeater that’s displayed on two sides, the front displays timekeeping and calendar indications as well as the split-seconds chronograph. The back, on the other hand, showcases astronomical functions, from indication of solar time, equation of time, sunrise and sunset, day and night duration to age and phase of the moon.
A removable strap attachment system allows for the watch to be reversed seamlessly, and its 50mm pink gold case and two slate grey dials with sunray and guilloche finishes mean the functionality is matched by style. Power is delivered by the innovative in-house calibre 2765 manual-winding movement, which offers 65-hours of power reserve.