Patek Philippe- Products, News and Reviews

Rousseau Exhibit at the Patek Philippe Museum   Written by Meehna Goldsmith    Perhaps one of the greatest thinkers of the 18th century was Jean-Jacques Rousseau, a native of Geneva. He fought for Democracy and freedom as well as personal responsibility and education. His politics and writings impacted the French Revolution and set the path […]

Not Chicken, Not Beef, it’s a Patek Philippe Neptune   Written By: Meehna Goldsmith   We told you about the Calatrava ref. 96 that started it all; the new splits second chronograph ref. 5204; and the rare perpetual calendar ref. 2499–well known and desired pieces. But Patek Philippe has other models on the menu you […]

Mike Mellia – The Latest Watch Photographer in Town As we all know Photography is big news at the moment, and in horology circles Watch Photography is becoming more and more important, Photographers are all turning their hand to it, but only a few have the eye and inginuaty to get it right. In  Mike […]

A Special Patek Philippe Reference 2499: A Game Changer   Written By: Meehna Goldsmith   Introduced in 1950 the Patek Philippe reference 2499 has a well-deserved reputation as one of the greatest watches ever created.  It replaced the celebrated reference 1518, the world’s first perpetual calendar chronograph made in series. Just this year Patek Philippe […]

Patek Philippe Sticks the Landing with the Ref. 5204 Written By: Meehna Goldsmith Further to The Watch Review Sites recent article on the Patek Philippe Ref. 5204 Men Grand Complication  Meehna has a bit more of a horologistic view on matters. Lets see what Meehna’s thoughts are on the Patek Philippe 5204 Men Grand Complication […]

Patek Philippe 7140 Ladies First Perpetual Calendar Written By: D Constant for The Watch Review Site We look at the Patek Philippe 7140 Ladies First Perpetual Calendar and we can clearly see that the growing love affair of women with mechanical watches and complicated functions is one of the great current trends in the world of horology. That must be the reason Patek […]

The Sound of Time By JESSICA MICHAULT Published: March 8, 2012    PARIS — For most of the past decade the watch industry has been entranced by the tourbillon’s hypnotic revolutions, with brands spinning out the cagey little complication in ever greater numbers and more ingenious ways.        But recently watchmakers have broken free of the spell, […]

Digital Luxury Group unveils haute horlogerie World Watch Report results 23 January 2012 | By Laura McCreddie The leading market research for the luxury watch industry released its findings, based on analysis of consumer searches through engines such as Google, Bing, Yandex and Baidu, for the 15 high-end watch brands that participated in this year’s […]

Patek Philippe Ref. 5940 Ultra-thin self-winding perpetual calendar A great classic reasserts its tradition The ultra-thin self-winding Perpetual Calendar has ranked among Patek Philippe’s most popular complicated watches for many years. Now, the workshops are relaunching it in a format that emphasizes the brand’s heritage in perpetual calendars: the Ref. 5940 in an 18K-gold cushion-shaped […]

Press Release  Baselworld 2012  Patek Philippe, Geneva  March 2012  Patek Philippe Ref. 5940 Ultra-thin self-winding perpetual calendar  A great classic reasserts its tradition  The ultra-thin self-winding Perpetual Calendar has ranked among Patek Philippe’s most popular complicated watches for many years. Now, the workshops are relaunching it in a format that emphasizes the brand’s heritage in […]

Patek Philippe Ref. 5204 Platinum – Men Grand Complications

9 March 2012

Patek Philippe Ref. 5204 Platinum – Men Grand Complications Innovation rooted in tradition The new Patek Philippe split-seconds chronograph with perpetual calendar features all the traditional assets that impress true connoisseurs – manual winding, two column wheels, and horizontal clutch – yet it is also the most modern representative of its category. This is due […]

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A crown for the wrist

6 March 2012

A crown for the wrist By Michael Karam on March 05, 2012 The perception and prestige of Explorers, Submariners and Air Kings Ask anyone on the street what he or she thinks the world’s most luxurious watch brand is, and they will probably say Rolex. They’d be wrong. But perception is everything, and the timepiece […]

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