With 659 mechanical parts, 71 jewels, a platinum case, nine hands, four displays, no wonder only 20 are made each year. This automatic-winding chronograph watch tells time from the second, to the day, to even the moon phase, accurate to 1 day in 122 years. The built-in calendar needs no adjustment for the next 500 years so it will be a family heirloom for generations.
Though unusually thin for a luxury watch, the Constantin Les Cabinotiers is an elegant manual wind-up timepiece encased in 18-karat rose gold and sapphire glass. It has a 34-hour power reserve, is powered by the Vacheron Caliber 1755 SQ engine, and is skeletonized to reveal its inner workings. Only 15 have ever been assembled by Vacheron Constantin, founded in 1755 and one of the oldest continuously active watchmaking companies in the world.