Since its launch in 2010, Patek Philippe’s Annual Calendar has been a staple in the world of high-end watchmaking. This ingenious calendar which only needs one correction of the date per year at the end of the month of February is from now on available in a new, intriguing colorway with an olive green dial enlivened by and a black gradient around the rim.
This dial colorway makes for a very elegant backdrop for the three apertures for day, date, and month in the upper and the moon-phase indication in the lower part of the watch face.
The rose-gold case has a diameter of 40mm and is distinguished by a concave bezel, hollowed flanks and skeletonized lugs. This refined architecture is entirely hand-polished by the artisans of the manufacture.
While the dial is a feast for the eyes, so is the self-winding caliber 324 S QA LU 24H which comes to life through the exhibition case back. With a height of a mere 5.78mm it comprises of 356 superbly finished components.
Pricing is marked at $55,590.
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