Watches of Switzerland’s team of 50 highly-trained and approachable staff has a total sum of over 200 years experience in the industry and speak many different languages – including Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese and Taiwanese.
With boutiques in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth Watches of Switzerland is Australia’s largest authorised Swiss watch retailer.
After 10 years of importing luxury Swiss watches into Australia, Eric van der Griend estabilished Watches of Switzerland in 1996.
Today, Watches of Switzerland is Australia’s leading official watch specialty store with 20 brands and over 4,000 references of Swiss watches.
Shop CF30 Canberra Centre
Canberra 2601, ACT
Phone: 1300 808 135 or 61 2 6248 8842
L09, Luxury Precinct, T2 International Terminal
Melbourne Airport 3045, Victoria
Tel: 03 9338 0882
Monday – Sunday 6am – 11pm
Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Serbian assistance available.
294 Collins Street, Melbourne
Tel: 03 9671 3388 or 1300 808 135
Monday – Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm
199 George Street, Sydney
2000, New South Wales
Tel: (02) 9251 0088 or 1300 808 135
Monday – Saturday 10am – 5.30pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm
WATCHES OF SWITZERLAND IS PERTH'S EXCLUSIVE RETAILER OF VACHERON CONSTANTIN
FOR 262 YEARS, VACHERON CONSTANTIN HAS MANAGED TO NOT ONLY MAINTAIN ITS PLACE OF PRESTIGE AMONGST THE ‘HOLY TRINITY’ (OR ‘BIG THREE’) OF SWISS WATCHMAKING, BUT ALSO CONTINUES TO LEAD FROM THE FRONT IN THE WORLD OF HAUTE HOROLOGY.
Founded on 17 September 1755 by Jean-Marc Vacheron, Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watch manufacturer still in continuous operation. Its phenomenal reputation has been earned through the creation, manufacture and finishing of extraordinary ultra-complicated, artisanal and aesthetic watches. Vacheron Constantin, today, can still lay claim to the title of manufacturer of the most complicated watch ever created. Released in 2015, the Reference 57260 boasts an astounding 57 complications, a remarkable feat, even when compared to the other prestigious haute horology makers. On the artisanal crafts, Vacheron Constantin is a master of Grand Feu enamelling, guilloché, engraving and gemsetting. Not to mention its attention to minutiae detail in cases, hands, hour markers and finishings.
While the brand’s illustrious list of clients has included Emperors, , Popes , Kings and Presidents , Vacheron Constantin has always remained discretion itself regarding the identity of its clients.
The current range comprises ten distinct collections: Patrimony, Traditionelle, Malte, Overseas, 1972, Historiques, and Heures Créatives .
The company’s motto (which remains today), “Do better if possible and that is always possible,” was penned in a letter by François Constantin in 1819.