The spring auctions are at the gates, and if you’re already packing for a trip to Geneva, be sure not to miss the exhibition of some stunning horological artifacts by thirteen independent watchmakers of the 20th and 21st century.
Arguably the most casual and sporty-looking line in the Marine collection gets two additional navy-inspired limited versions. And those case back images are really cool.
The piece is largely based on the last year’s ‘Pepsi’ GMT-Master II in Oystersteel including the familiar Jubilee bracelet / Cerachrom bezel combination.
The piece somehow feels very contemporary while keeping all the trademark design elements and respecting the classical aesthetics.
The saga of a three-handed Navitimer continues, now with 41-mm cases. With all the distinctive aesthetics of a renowned chronograph left intact, there’s really much to like here.
The self-winding chronograph with column wheel and vertical clutch movement is now available in two-tone steel and gold version.
Another Calatrava Haute Joaillerie ladies’ piece shows Patek’s supremacy not only in all thing mechanical but also in diamonds, sapphires, and everything in between.