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Vacheron Constantin
www.vacheron-constantin.com
+7 (495) 981 1755
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The oldest watch manufacture Vacheron Constantin was founded over 260 years ago. It is connected with Russia since 1819. Two centuries chronicle of the Swiss-Russian cooperation was marked by the opening of the first boutique in Moscow in 2002. The second Vacheron Constantin boutique in Russia was opened in the center of Moscow at Red Square in GUM on November 15th 2015, the year of its 260th anniversary.  Its interior is made of noble materials. Talented designers and Venetian glass blowers, keeping centuries-old professional secrets of working with wood and Murano glass took part in the design of the space which accentuates Vacheron Constantin’s stance on its timeline once again.
Jean-Marc Vacheron opened his workshop in the town of Saint-Gervais, in the canton of Geneva, the homeland of fine watch-making in 1755. The same year, the young "cabinotier", as they called watchmakers then, hired journeyman to share his knowledge and craftsmanship. That is how the Manufactory appeared.
Being the benchmark of the timeless classics, Vacheron Constantin continues to create and produce timepieces, exclusive & impeccable from technical and aesthetic point of view so far.
The oldest watch manufacture Vacheron Constantin was founded over 260 years ago. It is connected with Russia since 1819. Two centuries chronicle of the Swiss-Russian cooperation was marked by the opening of the first boutique in Moscow in 2002. The second Vacheron Constantin boutique in Russia was opened in the center of Moscow at Red Square in GUM on November 15th 2015, the year of its 260th anniversary.  Its interior is made of noble materials. Talented designers and Venetian glass blowers, keeping centuries-old professional secrets of working with wood and Murano glass took part in the design of the space which accentuates Vacheron Constantin’s stance on its timeline once again.
Jean-Marc Vacheron opened his workshop in the town of Saint-Gervais, in the canton of Geneva, the homeland of fine watch-making in 1755. The same year, the young "cabinotier", as they called watchmakers then, hired journeyman to share his knowledge and craftsmanship. That is how the Manufactory appeared.
Being the benchmark of the timeless classics, Vacheron Constantin continues to create and produce timepieces, exclusive & impeccable from technical and aesthetic point of view so far.