CEO of Vacheron Constantine Juan Carlos and Professor Tommy Koh from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore at the exhibition
If you are planning a trip to Singapore, you can add one more thing to your to-do list. Vacheron Constantine celebrated the opening of a watch-making heritage exhibition at the National Museum Singapore. It is the company’s first public display of its heritage in watch manufacturing, surely a treat to watch lovers.
The watch-maker at work
The exhibit is designed in such a manner that it will take visitors back in time. They will travel back to the 18th century through 180 exceptional pieces by them. The watches display evolution of craftsmanship over the years. These time piece exhibit by the Geneva-based watch company is spread over 600 meters.
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