Vacheron Constantin’s New Malte Moon Phase Profit And Loss Power Reserve Watch

Manufacturer Vacheron Constantin once again proves its ingenious watchmaking art with its new Malte Moon Phase Profit and Loss Power Reserve Watch. From 1912, Vacheron Constantin began to develop barrel-shaped or ‘bucket’ shapes. In 1889, the Geneva-based manufacturer produced its first watch, and at the same time began to conceive new prospects, in sync with the major art movements of the early 20th century. In accordance with the inspiration of the moment, the case was straightened, curved, polished and reduced in sequence. Vacheron Constantin no longer engaged in specialized spherical design in 1912, but began to design the famous wine barrel or ‘bucket’
   The Malte collection is a contemporary expression of the brand’s inimitable artistic sensitivity, which was born in the third century of the development of barrel modeling. Vacheron Constantin, as the royal guard of the uninterrupted Geneva watchmaking tradition since 1775, has a special tradition and represents an inexhaustible source of inspiration for contemporary new Malte watches.
   The new Malte watch with its oversized case (39x49mm), original fan-shaped lugs, unique dial design and multi-sided dagger-type hands will surely please the most demanding connoisseurs.
   Malte Moon Phase Power Reserve Watches are available in 18 carat white gold and 5N rose gold. The satin-like back is reinforced by screws. The dial is protected by anti-glare curved sapphire crystal. This watch is naturally water-resistant to 30 meters. The white gold version comes with a square scale black alligator leather strap, and the rose gold version comes with a chestnut brown alligator leather strap-both are equipped with a matching color of the case. Gold folding buckle.