Green represents growth and new perspectives, and they seem to have been reflected in Patek Philippe’s watches and exhibitions at Wonders 2022. The annual clock show in Geneva, which ended earlier this month, was re-launched after a two-year hiatus by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) epidemic. The commercial world A piece of the floor clock maker was shown during an online presentation late last month.
For 2022, Ref. The 5205R-011 – first launched in 2010 with two white gold versions – playing a refined olive-green dial, enlivened by a sunburst motif and a black gradient around the rim. Like its older iteration, it displays the day / date / month aperture arranged along the arc of a circle. The case is distinguished by its concave bezel, its hollow flank, and its skeletal logs. This refined architecture has been completely polished by the craftsmen of Patek Philippe. A transparent sapphire crystal caseback allows one to appreciate the movement of the watch – the self-winding caliber 324 S QA LU 24H – equipped with the patented Patek Philippe annual calendar mechanism that requires only one manual adjustment per year at the end of February. . The website lists this piece at about P2.9 million.
It really looks like 1999 from Ref’s eyes. 4910 / 1200A-011 Twenty ~ 4. The Twenty ~ 4 was Patek Philippe’s first exclusively feminine collection. This particular piece sees the sunburst dial with an olive-green face, surrounded by 36 diamonds. It is powered by a caliber E-15 quartz movement and is rendered in stainless steel. The new olive-green dials apply the numbers 12 and 6, contrasting with the applied trapeze-shaped bell markers and round baton-style hands. The website lists this piece on P812,500.
Another female watch gets another touch: e ref. 7130R-014 Ladies World Time, first launched in 2011. This watch allows you to keep track of time in 24 time zones, thanks to the self-winding caliber 240 HU. The movement was ultra-thin (with a height of 8.83 mm) to help keep the case extremely thin. Thanks to its CT disk and its 24-hour disc (separated by day and night zones separated by their color and sun / moon sign), this caliber displays time simultaneously and permanently in all 24 time zones. This new version features it in rose gold, olive green with a hand gilded basket motif (of course). The bezel of this green motif provides a background for 62 diamonds. A matching strap of the same color also allows the 27 diamonds in the prawn bark to shine, which shows true elegance. Website P3.06 million lists this piece.
Finally, the green line is rounded by the great ref. 5270P-014 Chronograph, rendered in Platinum. This piece, part of the brand’s grand complex, comes with a perpetual calendar. The permanent calendar display shows a date indicated by a hand and a lunar episode at 6 o’clock, as well as a twin day / month aperture at 12 o’clock, complemented by a day / night indication and two rounds of aperture for jumping. – Year cycle. It is shown on a varnish green dial, black-gradient rim and gold applied bell markers. It is powered by a caliber CH 29-535 PS Q, allowing an instant 30-minute counter and a second subdial display. This piece is pegged on the website for P11.19 million.
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