Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers – Homage to Pierre Paul Rubens, La lutte pour l'étendard de la Bataille d'AnghiariFind an official retailer
- Self Winding/Automatic
- Poinçon de Genève (Hallmark of Geneva)
- Swiss Made
- Pink Gold
- Pin Buckle
- Pink Gold
- Mississippiensis Alligator
Since its founding in 1755, Vacheron Constantin has devoted great importance to arts and culture. The partnership with the Louvre Museum that began in 2019 betokens a celebration of beauty driven by the Manufacture’s constant concern for safeguarding and passing on of heritage.
A bespoke Les Cabinotiers watch was auctioned off at the "Bid for the Louvre" sale organised to benefit the museum's solidarity projects in December 2020, initiating a new offer entitled "A masterpiece on the wrist". After two years featuring a wealth of discoveries including the winning bidder’s private visit to the museum and the Manufacture in order to discuss the project with the Louvre's experts and the Maison's Master Artisans, the adventure gave birth to a single-piece edition watch: Les Cabinotiers – Homage to Pierre Paul Rubens, La lutte pour l'étendard de la Bataille d'Anghiari . Its miniature enamel dial faithfully reproduces the eponymous drawing by Peter Paul Rubens.
In 2021, the collaboration between the Manufacture and the prestigious museum also featured a chance to explore of the art studios of the two institutions through a series of videos illustrating a parallel between the work of their respective master artisans. This was followed in 2022 by the launch of a series of four watches inspired by the museum's antique collections: Métiers d'Art – Tribute to Great Civilisations. In 2023, the partnership between Vacheron Constantin and the Louvre will be further expanded with a new Les Cabinotiers offer titled "A Masterpiece on the Wrist" and which will enable clients to choose from among the museum's works of art the one that will be reproduced in enamel on the dial of their watch.