It seems that South America has attracted the attention from watch-making industry. We have seen special edition watches come out for Mexico, Argentina and Brazil. Now it is Venezuela’s turn. Does it has become a rule that when certain cultures, countries/regions or groups have special events, luxury watch makers get opportunity/reason to make special edition watches accordingly. Well, in celebration of the the 200th anniversary of Venezuela’s independence, Vacheron Constantin creates an Patrimony Contemporaine Venezuela Limited Edition Watch. As we know, this country won independence from Spain in 1810 thanks to the leading and effort of the famous revolutionist and the outstanding military scientist Simon Bolivar. And Vacheron Constantin started to do business in Venezuela as early as 1835, though sales didn’t start in Venezeula until about 1922. The Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Contemporaine Venezuela Limited Edition Watch, as the name suggests, is based on the new-generation Patrimony Contemporaine. According Vacheron Constantin watches, they will just produce 19 pieces of the watch – ten pieces in 18k rose gold, and nine pieces in platinum, making it a highly exclusive timepiece. From the front, the watch has no big different from the new Patrimony Contemporaine with a minimalist dial that is very easy to read. The rear of the watch, well, catches the theme –it is engraved with special wording and images to pay tribute to the country’s special anniversary. The watch is driven by the brand’s in-house-made hand-wound Calibre 1400 movement that has been nicely finished and decorated. Completed this watch is a matching dark brown leather strap.