Patek Philippe has long been regarded as the pinnacle of fine watch manufacturing. When Antoine Norbet de Patek and Jean Adrien Philippe met in Paris, it was as if two craftsmen had alined and were destined to create the ultimate timepiece manufacture the world had ever seen. With the business and sales knowhow of Mr Patek and the creative geneous of Mr Philippe the brand soon became a global sensation. Worn by some of histories most powerful and influencial people, Patek Philippe was known for its innovation and quality. This is shown today in their timepieces from “the realm of the extrodinary”. In 2008 Patek Philippe created their first instantaneous perpetual calendar in apertures mechanism and received two Swiss patents. This mechanism can be seen today in their very fine and rare Grand Complication ref 5207/700P-001. Previously never offered to market and now discontinued, this very fine and rare ref 5207 is made in an all hand finished platinum case with exhibition sapphire crystal case back and held on a genuine brown alligator strap with matching platinum folding clasp. Fitted with the highly complicated and decorated Manufacture calibre R TO 27 PS QI mechanical hand-wound movement. Features include Minute repeater, chime with two gongs, tourbillion, instantaneous perpetual calendar with day, date, month and leap year in apertures, moon phases and day/night indicators. Brown lacquered dial with hand engraved guilloche centre and applied gold markers. Finished with a sapphire crsytal glass.
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Patek Philippe Grand Complication timepiece. All Platinum case, held on a genuine brown alligator strap with matching pin buckle, mechanically hand wound movement with minute repeater, tourbillion escapement, day, date, month, leap year and moonphase functions, brown guilloche dial with applied gold markers, finished with a sapphire crystal glass and case back.