From June 24 to August 14, 2011, in collaboration with Vacheron Constantin Vacheron Constantin, the National Museum of Singapore invites you to explore the history of manufacturing and high-end watches in Geneva. The world’s oldest watchmaker’s first major public exhibition of its heritage since its inception, ‘Vacheron Constantin’s Vacheron Constantin Collection-Watchmaking Heritage Since 1755’ showcases the brand’s creativity and technology for over 250 years.

This can be seen as an educational journey around the spirit of loft craftsmen in the eighteenth century. The exhibition is an exploration of the evolution of time measurement and the impact of craftsmanship and art, a trilogy that illustrates Vacheron Constantin’s history since its creation. With 180 extraordinary items treasured by this Geneva manufacturer, visitors seem to experience a journey back in time. The exhibits cover an area of ​​600 square meters.
From archives belonging to Jean-Marc Vacheron and Francois Constantin to special watchmaking tools, from the workbenches of a Geneva loft craftsman to the machinery invented by this manufacturer, the set design makes the show incredibly rich The world of technology and aesthetics.
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