Let me spin you a tale, would you?

Once there was a King. His name was Vacheron Constantin. He was just and right, and he was the founding father of all things of horology. His reign began in 1755, the year of its founding by the first of his Seneschals, Jean Marc Vacheron. The company in 1770 created the first complication ever in a watch, and in 1819, the company welcomed Francois Constantin into its structure. In the same year, it was born its most famous motto: “Do better if possible and that is always possible,” which first appeared in Constantin’s letter to Jacques-Barthélémy. The lett…


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