Reinterpretation Of Classic Ballet Tasting Vacheron Constantin Art Master Watch

Vacheron Constantin’s master series of art is always pleasing and artistic, and most of them use ancient superb craftsmanship, adhere to the inheritance and continuation of ancient craftsmanship, and combine tradition with modernity to bring people artistic enjoyment . The watch introduced this time is a series of watches launched to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the Paris Opera and Dance School. There are three watches in a series, which once again shows the essence of the high-temperature open flame gray enamel painting art. Edgar Degas’s famous paintings reinterpret classical ballet art. Official model: 86090 / 000G-9870 (learning time) 86090 / 000G-9880 (rehearsal time) 86090 / 000G-9881 (performance time)

   Vacheron Constantin officially became a patron of the Opéra National de Paris in 2007, and established a world-renowned arena with the masterpiece series as a fine watchmaking tradition. This partnership links time, art, and the cultural and artistic value of Vacheron Constantin since 1755: supporting unlimited creativity, looking at the world, sharing enthusiasm, building a bridge of knowledge, and adhering to the concept of excellence.

  The appearance of the watch is exquisite and elegant, with a classic temperament. It has a perfect combination of 300 years of classical ballet art and the same ancient watchmaking technology, bringing us a century of culture and art. And enjoy.

  The platinum case looks like a beautiful frame, showing us a beautiful painting. In fact, the production process and difficulty of the high-temperature open flame gray enamel painted dial are not inferior to the creation process of a painting. The following takes you to this ancient high-temperature open flame gray enamel painting process.

  The talents of ballet dancers, enamel craftsmen, and watchmakers are all skillfully reflected in the high-temperature open flame gray enamel painting technique. So far, only a few artisans can master this enamel technique. All processes are completed by the brand workshop, and the stunning dial design is a model of timeless elegance.

  The dial is inspired by three paintings by Degas. The technicians chose these three paintings that best represent the life of ballet dancers, re-presenting their important moments in learning, practicing and performing.

  Using high-temperature open flame gray enamel painting technology, the perfect painting is concentrated on the dial. Vacheron Constantin’s enamel master retained the style of Degas, reinterpreting the beautiful moments of the ballet dancers, presenting every elegant dance posture and movement from different angles. The masters also used the contrast of light and shadow and the effect of shadows to realistically present the landscape on the stage.

  The dial shows the performer’s every move, the wrinkles of the ballet gown, the lace details on the dance dress, the smooth texture of the ribbon around the neck, the petals on the hair, the transparent texture of the tulle and the cotton … the dancer glides Passing the wooden floor stage in the main hall of the theater, leaving a shadow in the lamp room, all of them are perfectly reproduced in the dial, which is amazing.

  The watch is equipped with the brand’s carefully crafted 2460 automatic mechanical movement, playing a neat beat for the dancers. The movement is precision crafted to showcase the highest spirit of Geneva’s fine watchmaking tradition with flawless performance.

In summary: these three watches 86090 / 000G-9870 (learning time) 86090 / 000G-9880 (rehearsal time) 86090 / 000G-9881 (performance time), both in art and production technology have brought us a brand-new The shock and admiration of the dial’s fine carving are also admirable, and it also shows the brand’s high patience and meticulousness in making watches. Only by adhering to the infinite love and dedication to the watch can we make such a perfect artistic watch. The watch is now available and is only available at Vacheron Constantin stores. Don’t miss it if you like it. (House of Watches / Text Source)