|  09 apr 2013

An incredible video of Vacheron Constantin's Métiers d'Art Florilège watches, as viewed up-close by The Jewellery Editor in Kew Gardens. The collection was inspired by the 18th-century British botanical drawings from the famous Temple of Flora book, published by Robert Thornton in 1799.

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