Vacheron Constantin has just announced that for the 2016 SIHH, they’ll be introducing four new models into the Métiers d’Art Fabuleux Ornements collection. The collection was first introduced two years ago as part of the larger Métiers d’Art collection of timepieces, and basically, they’re intended as a celebration of the decorative arts of different cultures, with Ottoman architecture, Chinese embroidery, Indian manuscript, and French lace. These arts are interpreted through engraving and openworking, as well as through enameling techniques, including cloisonné and champlevé, and guilloché engraving techniques.

The new references use the same basic design motifs as the models introduced in 2014, but with variations in colors as well as new case materials.