Harmony is the term used by Vacheron Constantin to describe its collection of remarkable watches, housed in an unusual, cushion-shaped case with strong graphic lines that accentuate it. And on celebrating its 260th Anniversary, the Manufacture has unveiled another set of models after this collection, featuring new references that are housed with different in-house calibers that powers the most-loved complications in the world. Here, a remarkable Harmony comes with an unprecedented in-house movement, joining the top ranks of other Hallmark of Geneva certified watches.

10 new models complete the series, all of which the Maison are proud to display. It must be noted that Vacheron Constantin, the world’s oldest watch manufacturer, has been making watches since 1755, with its first wrist chronograph released in 1928. The said discovery is crafted with a cushion shape dial and is eminently contemporary among the models of the Harmony collection. The cases, generous, classy and imposing, were reinvented to suite high and grand complication calibers. It is this year that Vacheron Constantin introduces a new range, developed with either a magnanimous tourbillon monopusher chronograph, pulsimeter scale, dual time display among all other features, something of which enthusiasts will surely delight in.

The brand new 2460 QC caliber comes equipped with a complete calendar, a complication much anticipated by watchmaking enthusiasts, strongly characterized with a blend of technical refinement and indulgent aesthetic. The dual time and double pusher chronograph small models come in a variety of non-gemset versions that will equally suit a man or a woman’s wrist.

Each of these models are distinguished by the anthracite colored numerals, a mellow silver dial and a new contemporary font for the counters to give off a strong virtue of modernity. There’s a reworked burgundy color and a railway track circle which enhances the whole look. And just like the newest creations from the Vacheron Constantin manufacture, all these models comply with the high standards of the Hallmark of Geneva, guaranteeing excellence in quality of execution, precision, durability and provenance.

The Harmony collection demonstrates the manufacture’s complete mastery which has always combined the art of shapes with powerful time complications. A curved caseband matches the cushion dial, topped with a square bezel and a round watch crystal—all of these mingling in an elegant reinterpretation of the monopusher chronograph. This said masterpiece is obviously helmed from the 1928 iconic timepiece by the Manufacture. The cushion shape has been chosen to remarkably distinguish the chronograph caliber from a pocket watch. Yet it does not stray away from the composition of the Harmony collection, bearing uniqueness in its beautiful, luxurious shape combined with user-friendly timekeeping features.

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