Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Grande Complication Bacchus

9700C/000R-B755
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Technical specifications

Functions

  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Seconds
  • Perpetual Calendar
  • Day
  • Date
  • Month
  • Moon Phase
  • Leap Year Cycle
  • Minute-Repeater
  • Alarm
  • Time of Sunrise
  • Time of Sunset
  • Zodiac
  • Tourbillon

Movement

  • Manual Winding
  • Poinçon de Genève (Hallmark of Geneva)
  • Swiss Made

Case

  • Round
  • Pink Gold
  • Engraved
  • 19.10mm
  • 47.00mm

Glass

  • Sapphire

Buckle

  • Deployment Buckle
  • Pink Gold

Strap

  • Mississippiensis Alligator
  • Brown

Year

  • 2022

Official description

The single-piece edition Les Cabinotiers Grande Complication Bacchus combines Vacheron Constantin's expertise in grand complication watches with its mastery of artistic crafts. This double-sided wristwatch comprises 16 complications, essentially astronomical and calendar-related, powered by Calibre 2755 GC16 with minute repeater and tourbillon. A technical feat housed in an 18K 5N gold case whose middle is sculpted in bas-relief. In tribute to the god of vines and wine, this "Bacchus" watch finds another source of inspiration in Johannes Kepler, resulting in a captivating association between mythology and astronomy.

The single-piece edition Les Cabinotiers Grand Complication Bacchus offers proof that the tradition of combining artistic crafts with watchmaking expertise remains alive and well within the Maison. Vacheron Constantin's master engravers and gem-setters have worked together to make this watch an applied arts masterpiece powered by in-house Calibre 2755 GC16, whose complexity is expressed through its 16 complications. This double-sided creation dedicated to Bacchus, the Roman god of vines and wine is adorned with ruby grapes set in gold foliage hand-carved. In addition to these mythological references, the tourbillon and minute repeater movement displays virtually every astronomical and calendar-type complication a timepiece can muster. This association between the study of the stars and the divine world, between Bacchus and Johannes Kepler, makes this timepiece doubly remarkable.