Back in 2009 Vacheron Constantin introduced the Patrimony Contemporaine pocket watch which was inspired by the first pocket watch made by Jean-Marc Vacheron in 1755. It was at the time, the first new pocket watch they had made since 1992. Now in 2013 Vacheron Constantin have revisited the Patrimony Contemporaine and will be offering the model in pink gold.
Measuring 43mm x 7.4mm, the Patrimony Contemporaine is powered by Vacheron’s hand-wound 4440 movement with a 65 hour power reserve, which is visible through the sapphire display back. The watch comes on a brown calf leather strap with a Vacheron Constantin engraved fitting as well as a brown leather pouch. A pink gold chain is also an option should that strike your fancy.
No word on the price at present but based on the Patrimony Contemporaine Platine pocket watch from a few years back it would be reasonable to set aside at least $70,000 USD.