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Diamonds as absolute protagonists of Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art collection – Lady Kalla

The Master Artisans of the Manufacture Vacheron Constantin are artists by nature, endowed with the unique gift of creating emotions. Passed on from generation to generation, from Master to apprentice, their expertise has shaped a collective memory.

This tradition, perpetuated by Vacheron Constantin since its founding in 1755, gives rise to authentic works of art representing exceptional combinations of artistic crafts, from the movement all the way through to the dial. Above and beyond the technical prowess they enshrine, these creations celebrate an artistic vision of time and tell of stories inspired by arts and cultures from around the world.

 

 

I was then literally captured by the intense light of these high jewellery watches, part of the Métiers d’Art Collection: prodigiously crafted watches encrusted by the finest diamonds reverberating of shimmering white fire, here are the Lady Kalla creations.

200 diamonds
Lady Kalla Flame: 18k white gold and 200 diamonds, circa 38.50 carats.
Lady Kalla: 18k white gold and 125 diamonds (circa 28.70 carats).
Lady Kalla: 18k white gold and 125 diamonds (circa 28.70 carats).
Kalla Haute Couture à Pampille: 18k white gold and 310 among baguette-cut (1+38), flame-cut (87) and round-cut diamonds (184). Total carats: 29.40.
Kalla Haute Couture à Pampille: 18k white gold and 310 among baguette-cut (1+38), flame-cut (87) and round-cut diamonds (184). Total carats: 29.40.

Kalla Haute Couture à Pampille 2

Post edited by Claudia Carletti, Jewellery Through Time. Material from Vacheron Constantin website.

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