With this one-of-a-kind Les Cabinotiers – La Caravelle 1950 model, Vacheron Constantin sails off from the mainland on the ship of the great historical explorers. Here, however, the adventure takes a more artistic twist with the creation of an enameled dial evoking the epic voyages of these intrepid sailors. In crafting it, the artisans of the Atelier Anita Porchet were able to draw inspiration from reference 4308, a rare and precious watch belonging to the Vacheron Constantin heritage and dating from 1950. Just as on the original model, the technique employed is that of cloisonné enamel, a skill that originated in ancient Egypt. As a final nod to this age of maritime feats, a gold paillon (spangle) appearing on the enamelled surface depicts Polaris, the pole star or North Star formerly used by sailors along with their sextants for the all-important calculation of positions at sea. And to keep the caravel sailing in due style, the model is equipped with the manual-winding Manufacture 4400 caliber powering the hours and minutes hands, operating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour. Extremely thin at just 2.80 mm, it is housed in a 39 mm case in 4N pink gold.