2012 Vacheron Constantin Watches Already Sold Out


The oldest Swiss watchmaker in continuous business, Vacheron Constantin said it has sold all of its projected production for the year.

After more than 250 years in business, The Geneva-based company sold out its planned 2012 output of 19,000 timepieces in the first two days of the annual SIHH watch fair in Geneva.

The maker of the Patrimony range of intricate watches and Metiers d’Art collection of timepieces adorned with enamel, gems and engraving is increasing its existing watch-manufacturing operations to meet rising command.

Vacheron Constantin also plans to open about eight boutiques this year, adding to its current network of 29 stores worldwide. The new boutiques will be located in cities such as Macau and Paris.

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