Patek Philippe has always conceived its watches as exclusive creations. The brand has created an array of exceptional models with simple, strong, refined lines that have become classics.
The Patek Philippe timepieces shown below are from the official catalogue and do not represent stock availability. If you would like to enquire about a particular model, please contact our Wilmslow showroom.
Patek Philippe introduces a selection of new models including three very special Grand Complication models for 2020: the 5303R Minute Repeater Tourbillon with an open worked dial revealing the intricate striking and Tourbillon complications, the 5370P Split-Second Chronograph with blue Grand Feu enamel dial and the 5270J Perpetual Calendar Chronograph, an 18ct Yellow Gold interpretation of this legendary model.
Since the company was founded in 1839, Patek Philippe has stood out with its consummate skills in mastering horological complications, those additional functions that go beyond the display of hours, minutes, and seconds.
Patek Philippe's complicated watches include an array of extremely elaborate timekeeping instruments that win over the hearts of many collectors, as well as a many complications that are exceptionally useful in everyday situations. The collection showcases the brand's quest for functionality alongside their passion for innovation, mechanical perfection and expert craftsmanship.
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.
The iconic design of the Gondolo is inspired by a collection which was manufactured for exclusively one of Patek Philippe's principle retailers, Gondolo & Labouriau, in Brazil. This exclusive collection, originally called the "Chronometro Gondolo", initially consisted of pocket watches before the first wristwatches appeared in 1920s.
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.
The Nautilus carries more than 40 years of heritage for this famous water-resistant stainless steel watch. The collection, which was first launched in 1976, was released by Patek Philippe to cater for a growing demand in functional sports watches. The reference to the nautical world is through the timepiece's shaped case which is inspired by the structure and hinges of a ship's porthole.
The Aquanaut collection, which was launched by Patek Philippe in 1997, was initially seen as the younger sister of its predecessor, the Nautilus. The Aquanaut showcases the iconic porthole shaped case with a slightly smoother, curved appearance. The Tropical strap is hypoallergenic and resistant to traction, salt water and ultraviolet rays.
Launched in 1999, as a modern interpretation of the Gondolo, the Twenty~4® was Patek Philippe's first diamond-set ladies' wristwatch in steel. The Twenty~4 is available in both gold and steel, with a bracelet in the same metal as the case. The overall design of the case is both simple and a representation of Patek Philippe's iconic style.
Patek Philippe's pocket watches for many years allowed the brand to showcase its technical prowess, personality and classic style. Many current Patek Philippe collections, such as the Gondolo, took original form inside a pocket watch.
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