|Died||1805 (aged 73–74)|
Vacheron opened his watch shop in 1755.
His timepieces naturally bore the name "Jean-Marc Vacheron". At that time he was 24 years old and was one of many cabinotiers-watchmakers who specialized in the production of certain components, selling them to so-called etablisseurs. The watchmakers were called cabinotiers in honor of the well-lit cabinets on the top floors of the houses in Geneva's Saint-Gervais neighborhood, where they worked.
He died in 1805.
- WatchTime Magazine - Edition Vacheron Constantin special (October 2009)