From the meticulous task of guilloché-working each flower to amplify the nuances of enamels, to the careful application of Grand Feu cloisonné enamel through a number of different gestures, the Vacheron Constantin Métiers d'Art Florilège trio is a proof that botanical realism can be resurrected into a form of a timepiece. By challenging the conventionality of artistic craftsmanship, this collection draws inspiration from flowers originating from Latin America, the Himalayas and Iran-each dial is adorned with realistic-looking petals.


Each model is equipped with a Calibre 4400 that beats at a cadence of 28,800 vibrations per hour with a 65-hour power reserve, developed and produced by Vacheron Constantin; while the mainplate measures 28.6mm in diameter. All three models come in two styles: a bezel set with approximately 1.1 carat round-cut diamonds available in a 20-piece limited numbered edition, and another bezel set with approximately 1.9 carat baguette-cut diamonds available as a series of five numbered watches.