Patek Philippe, a luxury watch brand, has just released six new versions of existing models showcasing its artisanal crafts to celebrate its “Rare Handcrafts” exhibition. Stay with us to discover more!
Forced by COVID-19 to hold back on its 2020 exhibition, Patek Philippe is now presenting a more extensive array for 2021. This showcase is a dream for those looking to see Patek Philippe artisans at work, as well as a view of the watchmaking masterpieces.
At the exhibition, there is not only going to be on display the new versions of classics, but there’s also new references that may captivate collectors.
Launched in 2001, this luxury watch is the second most complicated wristwatch. This exclusive piece by Patek Philippe requires the ultimate level of expertise. It was previously available in an 18-karat white-gold case, but now it has been replaced with a new reference dressed in 18-karat rose gold with a brown grand feu enamel as its centerpiece.
Coming outfitted in high jewelry with 80 Top Wesselton baguette diamonds of approximately 6.22 carats, this luxury watch contains a retrograde perpetual calendar. Patek Philippe uses transparent sapphire-crystal discs with white letters, for legibility.
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Very versatile for nearly every occasion, this watch is a minute repeater with a perpetual calendar. Presented in 2016 in a platinum case, this piece now comes in a high-gloss finished blue grand feu enamel in a more accessible case.
Labeled as a ladies’ watch, this exclusive piece comes in a sizing and design fitting for any sex. Characterized by its simple elegance, this watch contains a minute repeater and a recessed 22-karat gold mini-rotor.
Set aside for collectors with a more nuanced attraction to watch design, this piece by Patek Philippe offers an unusual case shape. Debuted in a limited edition of 100 pieces, the Golden Ellipse comes in 18-karat white gold.
Set with amazing 2,553 flawless Top Wesselton brilliant-cut diamonds, this luxury watch comes in white gold set with serious ice arranged in a snow setting. You may need to employ full security detail to truly ensure its safety, even though its fold-over clasp is secured by four independent catches.
The “Rare Handcrafts” exhibition will be displayed until June 26th at Patek Philippe‘s headquarters on the Rue du Rhône 41 in Geneva.