One version is a more relaxed with a blue dial framed by a pink gold case and blue straps; while the other is a more elegant interpretation fitted with a pink gold bracelet beautifully offsetting its silver-toned dial.
These watches both house the Vacheron Constantin 1120 QP calibre, an ultra-thin mechanical self-winding movement completed with perpetual calendar and moon-phase functions. The mechanism comprises 276 components housed within a space barely 4.05 mm thick copes with calendar irregularities and requires no related adjustments until the year 2100. With a 40-hour power reserve, it drives indications of the hours and minutes, perpetual calendar – day of the week, date, month and leap year on a 48-hour counter – along with moon phases.
Measuring 41.5 mm in diameter and water-resistant to 50 meters, the 18K 5N pink gold case frames a translucent silver-toned or blue lacquered dial depending on the versions, punctuated by 18K gold hands and hour-markers enhanced with luminescent material, while the sapphire crystal case back reveals a 22K gold oscillating weight adorned with a wind rose.
The blue-dial version is fitted with a blue leather or rubber strap, while the version graced with a silver-toned dial flows into an 18K 5N pink gold bracelet.
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