Vacheron Constantin Ref. 92115, an extremely fine and unique 18K pink gold pocket watch
Swiss-made, October 2001,
Height 9cm, width 6.5cm, depth 1.5cm
Open: height 9cm, width 13cm, depth 1.5cm
By Vacheron Constantin of Geneva, and dated 31st October 2001, this exceptional timepiece is a unique, eight complications, minute-repeating keyless hunting-cased 18K pink gold pocket watch.
Ref. 92115, movement No. 643829, case No. 642972, it is large, heavy, with complications including a perpetual calendar, chronograph, and moon phases. The Certificate of Origin dates it to 31st October, 2001. It is one of only three such examples, and the only one set in pink gold.
It features a three-body case, with an engraved portrait of the original owner, Ali Haydar Veziroglu (b. 1/4/1946) to the back interior, and a button on the crown to control the chronograph functions. On the reverse, there is a glazed cover through which to view the watch’s movement, which is a stunning 36 jewelled wolf’s tooth winding piece. The dial is solid 18K gold, and features painted numerals, a lunar calendar on the edge, and moon-phases apertures towards the base.