If you are looking for something rare and unique, maybe a bit "costy", the "Dragons" collection by Vacheron Constantin is for you. The main problem is probably to get it...
How was the dragon motif made?
Vacheron Constantin has created with the collection Métiers d’Art “Les Dragons”, shaped around motifs created by alternately using two different machines: the first one to engine-turn straight lines and the other one to produce unique curves and circles.
The combination of these two techniques has permitted to create non-geometrical patterns giving to this collection a very beautiful "history".
References: Métiers d’Art « Les Dragons »
86090/000G-9497 (white gold)
86090/000R-9498 (pink gold)
86090/000J-9499 (yellow gold)
Limited edition of 9 numbered pieces each.
Only available at Vacheron Constantin boutiques in Hong Kong, Geneva, Shanghai and Moscow.
Movement: Mechanical self-winding caliber 2460 SC
Developed and produced by Vacheron Constantin
Stamped with the Hallmark of Geneva
Height of movement: 3.60 mm
Diameter of movement: 25.60 mm
Jewels: 27 rubies
Frequency: 28’800 vibrations/hour
Indications: Hours, minutes and seconds
Power reserve: Approximately 40 hours
Case: 18K white gold, 18K 5N pink gold or 18K 3N yellow gold
40 mm in diameter
Transparent back, sapphire crystal, closed with screws, numbered and engraved “N° X”, with officer case-back
Water-resistance: 3 bar, equivalent to 30 metres
Dial: 18K gold base plate with hand-Guilloché dragon motif
Hours: 4 applied pyramids in 18K gold
Strap: Black hand-stitched, square-scaled alligator leather
Clasp: Buckle in polished white, pink or yellow gold
In the shape of a half Maltese cross