In 1921, Vacheron Constantin seized the powerful momentum of the Roaring Twenties to create a watch with an avant-garde design. In 2021, the Maison is celebrating the anniversary of this icon, particularly appreciated by connoisseurs, with three new interpretations of the American 1921 model.
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