Malte Lady

Vacheron Constantin 2013

Malte Lady

In 1912, Vacheron Constantin became one of the first Manufactures to adopt the tonneau-shaped case. Over the decades since, it has played endlessly on this form in watches for men and for women, and housed the most prestigious complications inside a tonneau case, most famously in its Malte collection. This year, as part of this collection, Vacheron Constantin presents a line of gem-set watches whose elegant simplicity will seduce the watchmaker’s female followers.

Movement | 1202 quartz calibre, 33 parts

Functions | hours, minutes

Dial | brushed silver, 18k gold centre set with 142 round diamonds for approx. 0.59 carat, 10 applied baton hour markers and 2 applied Roman numerals in 18k white or rose gold

Case | 18k white or rose gold, bezel set with 50 round diamonds for approx. 0.96 carat, 28.30 mm x 38.75 mm, 7.28 mm high, water-resistant to 30 metres