Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
Founder: Jean-Marc Vacheron
Founded: 1755
Parent organization: Richemont Group
Politicians: Napoleon Bonaparte, Harry Truman
Famous personalities: Pope Pius IX
Presence: Geneva, Paris, New York, Beijing, Kiev
Collections: Patrimony, Traditionnelle, Harmony, Malte, Quai De L’ile, Overseas, 1972, Historiques, Heures Creatives, Metiers D’art

Founded by Jean-Marc Vacheron in 1755, in Geneva – Switzerland, Vacheron Constantin watches have a class of their own. They symbolize precision and style dialled into one. Truly representing the global elite, these fabulous watches reflect their rich heritage and appeal. These watches imbibe accuracy and detailing along with style and shape that are strikingly different from others.

These luxury watches have been worn by political and historical personalities like Napoleon Bonaparte, Harry Truman and Pope Pius IX.

The prestigious Vacheron Constantin watches are known for their quality, design, elegance and high-end range. The company has been critically acclaimed for its creations and it is a member of the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry FH.

The watchmaking manufacture of the company is the oldest in the world and the company is in business for more than 250 years. During its long and successfully journey, the company has never let lost sight of its core and fundamental principles of excellent technique, inspired, harmonious aesthetics and the ultimate in finishes.

Jean-Marc Vacheron opened his fine watchmaking workshop in Geneva’s Saint Gervais quarter. The tradition was continued by his grandson, Jacques-Barthélémy, who exported these watches to Europe, 1810 onwards. By the beginning of the nineteenth century, the company was highly established and the manufacture was named after Jacques-Barthélémy and François Constantin who was a seasoned traveller.

The company opened its first shop on Quai de l’Ile in Geneva in 1906 that is present till date. It celebrated 250 years in business in 2005 by building a manufacture in Plan-les-Ouates.