Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe S.A.
Chemin du Pont-du-Centenaire 141, 1228 Plan-les-Ouates, SWITZERLAND
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Amidst the fanfare surrounding the new Patek Philippe watches commemorating the Swiss brand’s 175th anniversary this year, we revisit a Patek Philippe timepiece, released in 2013, aimed squarely at aficionados of classical, hand-wound watches: the Ref. 5200 Gondolo 8 Days, Day and Date Indication. The watch features the Gondolo collection’s well-known Art Deco aesthetic and […]

 
Few factors can increases the value of a vintage watch quite like its once having belonged to a celebrity. Whenever a watch owned by a famous or historic figure goes on the block at auction houses like Antiquorum and Christie’s, bidding can be expected to go well beyond the estimated value. Below we look at […]

 
The ornate, double-dialed Grandmaster Chime has dominated coverage of Patek Philippe’s 175th anniversary. It is an amazing timepiece that makes a big statement. The watch we’re going to look at today is its counterpoint. With one dial and two hands, it appears to be the paradigm of simplicity, but it’s not. The Patek Philippe Chiming […]

 
As we approach the holiday season and the start of a new calendar year, we re-present this review of a notable calendar watch, excerpted from a feature in WatchTime’s December 2010 issue. The Patek Philippe’s Ref. 5146 is an annual calendar watch with a moon-phase display. Original photos are by WatchTime’s Nik Schölzel. In 1996 […]

 
Two plain-faced beauties, the Patek Philippe Calatrava and A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia, go head to head in this comparison test originally published in our April 2008 issue. Jens Koch gets in depth with the two timepieces and Nik Schölzel provides the gorgeous original photography. A complication is a pretty thing, but it certainly doesn’t […]