In 2006 Patek Philippe launched its first self-winding chronograph movement. Entirely developed and produced in the Patek Philippe workshops, the movement was first introduced in to the ref 5960. Combining the self-winding chronograph and Annual Calendar complications, an icon was born. This particular fine and rare model is the ref 5960/1A. For the first time, the case is made of stainless steel, a metal that is usually reserved for the “Nautilus” and “Aquanaut” ranges and rarely ever for complications. Held on a Manufacture made stainless steel bracelet. Fitted with the highly complicated and decorated Manufacture calibre CH 28-520 IRM QA 24H mechanical self-winding movement with flyback chronograph, annual calendar, day, date, month, 60-minute and 12-hour monocounter in apertures on dial. Silver-opaline dial with applied blackened gold markers and transferred detailing. Finished with a sapphire crystal glass and case back. The timepiece is pre-owned and is in factory double sealed condition.
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Patek Philippe Complication timepiece. All stainless steel case, held on a hand finished and assembled stainless steel bracelet, fitted with a mechanical self-winding movement with chronograph, annual calendar, day, date, month in apertures on dial, silver-opaline dial with applied blackened gold markers and finished with a sapphire crystal glass and case back.
Silver Opaline With Applied Blackened Gold Markers