American Heritage of Vacheron Constantin from World’s Oldest Watch Manufacturer
American Heritage of Vacheron Constantin
Vacheron Constantin is the world’s oldest watchmaker in continuous operation. The luxury watch company just announced The American Heritage of Vacheron Constantin, which is a groundbreaking interactive online event and the intersection of American history with the company’s 256-year history and the rich stories of its American collectors.
The American Heritage of Vacheron Constantin serves as an exciting precursor to the grand opening of Vacheron Constantin’s first-ever US boutique, found at 729 Madison Avenue at East 64th Street, in New York City’s “Gold Coast.”
Vacheron Constantin was established in Geneva, Switzerland way back in 1755. Vacheron Constantin is proud to be the world’s oldest continuous watch manufacturer. The luxury watchmaker is clearly a jewel in Geneva’s crown of couture watchmakers.
Vacheron Constantin has maintained a seamless tradition of watch-making excellence for the last 256 years.
Hugues de Pins, the President of Vacheron Constantin North America was quoted, “The American Heritage of Vacheron Constantin is a pioneering way for our brand to showcase the wealth of our history in the United States, as well as engage passionate collectors and watch enthusiasts who are so key to our continued success.”
The American Heritage of Vacheron Constantin will showcase untold stories of Vacheron Constantin’s nearly 180-year interaction with America, since the brand first officially arrived in 1832. The company’s historical narratives will be told using an extensive interactive timeline. The narrative will include famous Vacheron Constantin owners from the United States including Henry Graves, James Packard, Julie Ward Howe and many others.