Patek Philippe has recently celebrated its 175th anniversary on October 13 in Geneva, where it introduced a new collection of timepieces. The collection included a double-face wristwatch in 18k rose gold and packed with 20 complications like grand and petite sonneries. The wristwatch will be distributed worldwide and also exhibited at the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva. The watch is valued at $2.6 million.
The celebratory event also introduced models like two Multi-Scale Chronographs, two World Time Moon models, and a Chiming Jump Hour, as well as limited edition models that feature engraving, guillochage, stone-setting, skeletonizing and more.
At the event, president Thierry Stern’s father Philippe Stern noted that the brand will not change its philosophy or strategy, and will keep high quality a priority. CJ
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