An initiatory journey into the heart of time from June 24 to August 14 2011 at National Museum of Singapore. Vacheron Constantin is the world’s oldest watch manufacturer in uninterrupted activity since 1755.
Conceived as an educational journey revolving around the spirit of the cabinotiers artisans of the 18th Century, this exhibition is an exploration of the evolution of the measurement of time, of its crafts and of artistic influences, a trilogy that defines the history of Vacheron Constantin since its foundation.
On location for several days following the exposition’s opening, talented artisans of the Manufacture enthrall visitors with some of their secrets. Engraver, gem-setter, guillocheur, enameller and watchmaker showcase a know-how inherited from past centuries that continues to nurture constant creativity.
Free admission between 10am to 6pm.