New Models 2019

New collections at Baselworld 2019. Patek Philippe introduces Ref. 5212A, the Calatrava Weekly Calendar, an innovative complication with a totally new self-winding movement. This year also saw the introduction of Ref. 5168G in a new khaki green colour and Ref. 5726/1A with new blue dial.

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Grand Complications

Since the company was founded in 1839, Patek Philippe has stood out with its consummate skills in astering horological complications, those additional functions that go beyond the display of hours, minutes, and seconds.

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Apart from the extremely elaborate timekeeping instruments that win over the hearts of many collectors, Patek Philippe’s collection also includes many complicated watches that are extremely useful in everyday situations and are very easy to operate.

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Patek Philippe’s signature classically round wristwatch. The Calatrava was launched as the manufacture’s very first collection in 1932 with the introduction of Ref.96. The Calatrava lends its name to the iconic Calatrava cross design which can be found on the crown of all Patek Philippe’s watches.

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These rectangular or tonneau-shaped watches have been inspired by the Art Deco era. This iconic design was originally manufactured for one of our principle retailers Gondolo & Labouriau in Brazil. The Gondolo was finally launched into the Patek Philippe collection in 1993.

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Golden Ellipse

This elliptical design launched is based on the mathematical equation the Golden Section and defines perfect proportions. This calculation is reflected in the perfect symmetry of the case shape. The watch was first launched into the collection in 1968 and remains a flagship of the Patek Philippe collection today.

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The legendary Nautilus carries more than 40 years of success for this famous water-resistant stainless steel watch. It was first launched in 1976 to cater for a growing demand in sports watches. The shaped case designed by Gerald Genta is based on a ship’s porthole.

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Part of the Patek Philippe ‘casual elegance’ range this modern sports watch was launched into the collection in 1997. Initially seen as the younger sister of the Nautilus the range offers a design refresh of the iconic porthole shaped case with slightly smoother, curved edges. The tropical composite strap can be immediately associated with this collection whose qualities allow.

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Launched in 1999 as a modern interpretation of the Gondolo this is Patek Philippe’s first diamond-set ladies’ wristwatch in steel. So called, the Twenty~4 as this chic collection is designed to be worn for twenty-four hours of the day, suitable for the dynamic women of today who seek a watch to be worn for all occasions.

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Pocket Watches

Patek, Czapek & Cie’s first pocket watches, No. 63, No.64 and No.65, were bought by Madame Goscinska in 1839. Today, Patek Philippe continues to make a few complicated and simple pocket watches to display Geneva’s great watchmaking tradition.

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