1. Vacheron Constantin
Must see: First introduced in 2007, the Quai de L’Ile is back and better than ever. Most importantly, it sports an all-new calibre 5100/1 movement with 60-hour power reserve and Geneva Hallmark on top of having already been thinned in size and expanded in lineup. Its accessible (for Vacheron) price point makes it perhaps a perfect all-rounder. Price: $14,900.
Bonus: Step into the partially enclosed glass chamber at the Vacheron booth and behold the Ref. 52760 pocket watch, on loan from its U.S.-based owner, in all its glory. The only such piece in existence, it boasts 57 functions and is the world’s most complicated watch. But be forewarned: no photos allowed.
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