Vacheron Constantin is one of the oldest watch manufacturers that dates back to 1755 when Jean-Marc Vacheron set up his workshop in Geneva. Francois Constantin joined the firm in 1974. This partnership ushered in a multitude of exceptional complications and innovations including the invention of the winding crown. The impressive mastery of the craft is in full display on watches such as the Vacheron Constantin Toledo with its ’50s-inspired design that is both classic and contemporary. Crafted from gold or platinum, the elegantly steeped square case houses a mechanical movement with a hour power reserve. The dial of the Vacheron Constantin Toledo bears the familiar Maltese cross and offers the time only function. Handsomely designed, the Vacheron Constantin Toledo is perfect for the dashing gentleman.
Vacheron Constantin is officially the oldest watch company in Switzerland as it was established in 1755. It was simply called Vacheron until 1814 when a third-generation Vacheron took in a partner by the name of F. Constantin to invest and take over the international marketing and sales for the company. From then on, Vacheron Constantin has striven to create only the finest, most complicated and beautiful timepieces in the world.