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Patek Philippe Calatrava
Patek Philippe Calatrava
NZ$ 18,284
Seller
上海天仪轩钟表有限公司
CN
Patek Philippe Nautilus 5712G-001
Patek Philippe Nautilus 5712G-001
NZ$ 56,639
Seller
Artex AG
 
CH
Patek Philippe Gay Freres 1941 Massive Herringbone concealed
Patek Philippe Gay Freres 1941 Massive Herringbone concealed
NZ$ 15,943
Free shipping
Seller
Watch Hunter
 
US
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Chronograph - 5960R-001
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Chronograph - 5960R-001
NZ$ 78,123
Free shipping
Seller
Watches.de - Mercurius Trading Ltd.
63
CH
Patek Philippe Twenty-4 4914g-001 White Gold, Leather
Patek Philippe Twenty-4 4914g-001 White Gold, Leather
NZ$ 28,263
Seller
Taleda
212
CH
Patek Philippe World Time Cloisoneé
Patek Philippe World Time Cloisoneé
NZ$ 162,755
Seller
Uhren Schöfer GmbH
DE
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar 5159J-001
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar 5159J-001
NZ$ 82,680
Seller
Spliedt & Cie GmbH
 
DE
Patek Philippe World Time 5131/1P-001
Patek Philippe World Time 5131/1P-001
NZ$ 289,704
Seller
Watch & Bullion
 
GI
Patek Philippe -  Travel time lady - 4864J
Patek Philippe - Travel time lady - 4864J
NZ$ 14,973
Seller
New Watches Barcelona, S.L.
 
ES
Patek Philippe Calatrava
Patek Philippe Calatrava
NZ$ 13,671
Seller
Plinio Gioielli S.R.L.
 
IT
Patek Philippe RARE 1940s ladies 18kt White gold Diamond set
Patek Philippe RARE 1940s ladies 18kt White gold Diamond set
NZ$ 18,022
Free shipping
Seller
Watch Hunter
 
US
Patek Philippe Ellipse TV - Reference3644 - Wristwatch
Patek Philippe Ellipse TV - Reference3644 - Wristwatch
NZ$ 11,393
Estimated price
Seller
Catawiki BV
 
Patek Philippe Orologio da tasca a ripetizione 5 minuti
Patek Philippe Orologio da tasca a ripetizione 5 minuti
NZ$ 29,296
Seller
Private seller
 
IT
Patek Philippe World Time Chronograph
Patek Philippe World Time Chronograph
NZ$ 97,968
Seller
Haute Horologe
AE
Patek Philippe Nautilus kleine Komplikation
Patek Philippe Nautilus kleine Komplikation
NZ$ 59,324
Seller
Uhren Schöfer GmbH
DE
Patek Philippe Nautilus
Patek Philippe Nautilus
NZ$ 79,750
Seller
Spliedt & Cie GmbH
 
DE
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph
NZ$ 354,806
Seller
Watch & Bullion
 
GI
Patek Philippe -  Retrograde Perpetual Calendar - 5050R
Patek Philippe - Retrograde Perpetual Calendar - 5050R
NZ$ 78,936
Seller
New Watches Barcelona, S.L.
 
ES
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph   [SEALED]
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph [SEALED]
NZ$ 152,421
Seller
Easetimehk
 
HK
Patek Philippe Mint 1950s Tear Drop 1509  Calatrava &...
Patek Philippe Mint 1950s Tear Drop 1509 Calatrava &...
NZ$ 15,943
Free shipping
Seller
Watch Hunter
 
US
Patek Philippe - Aquanaut 5064 A-001 - Unisex watch - 2005...
Patek Philippe - Aquanaut 5064 A-001 - Unisex watch - 2005...
NZ$ 15,462
Estimated price
Seller
Catawiki BV
 
Patek Philippe Nautilus
Patek Philippe Nautilus
NZ$ 111,976
Seller
Private seller
 
DE
Patek Philippe CALATRAVA 5153G
Patek Philippe CALATRAVA 5153G
NZ$ 24,954
Seller
Premium Lombard
RU
Patek Philippe Gondolo
Patek Philippe Gondolo
NZ$ 14,322
Seller
Uhren Schöfer GmbH
DE
Patek Philippe Gondolo Reference 5010 Yellow Gold Manual Wind...
Patek Philippe Gondolo Reference 5010 Yellow Gold Manual Wind...
NZ$ 17,114
Seller
La Jolla Jewelry and Collateral Loan Company
7
US
Patek Philippe Calatrava Water Lilies and Lotus Double Sealed
Patek Philippe Calatrava Water Lilies and Lotus Double Sealed
NZ$ 192,051
Seller
Watch & Bullion
 
GI
Patek Philippe -  Gondolo - 5489R-001
Patek Philippe - Gondolo - 5489R-001
NZ$ 19,531
Seller
New Watches Barcelona, S.L.
 
ES
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Chronograph
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Chronograph
NZ$ 74,169
Seller
Zeitgeist Watches LLC
 
US
Patek Philippe 1960s PATEK PHILIPPE 18KT YG REF 3425 CALATRAVA...
Patek Philippe 1960s PATEK PHILIPPE 18KT YG REF 3425 CALATRAVA...
NZ$ 12,338
Free shipping
Seller
Watch Hunter
 
US
Patek Philippe Ellipse Ref: 3548 18K White Gold - Men's...
Patek Philippe Ellipse Ref: 3548 18K White Gold - Men's...
NZ$ 11,067
Estimated price
Seller
Catawiki BV
 
Patek Philippe World Time 5110G
Patek Philippe World Time 5110G
NZ$ 38,003
Seller
Private seller
 
IT
Patek Philippe 3490, Mens, 18K Yellow Gold, Year 1966, Leather...
Patek Philippe 3490, Mens, 18K Yellow Gold, Year 1966, Leather...
NZ$ 7,757
Seller
Estates Consignments
 
US
Patek Philippe Dress watch
Patek Philippe Dress watch
NZ$ 14,322
Seller
Uhren Schöfer GmbH
DE
Patek Philippe Men's  Calatrava 18k Rose Gold Tiffany...
Patek Philippe Men's Calatrava 18k Rose Gold Tiffany...
NZ$ 19,409
Seller
Porcello Jewelers
 
US
Patek Philippe Gondolo 5098R-001
Patek Philippe Gondolo 5098R-001
NZ$ 34,748
Seller
Watch & Bullion
 
GI
Patek Philippe Nautilus 18K Rose Gold/Brown Dial
Patek Philippe Nautilus 18K Rose Gold/Brown Dial
NZ$ 65,849
Seller
Diamond Source
 
US
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph
NZ$ 149,031
Seller
Zeitgeist Watches LLC
 
US
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar 5146G
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar 5146G
NZ$ 42,072
Seller
Private seller
 
IT
Patek Philippe World Time
Patek Philippe World Time
NZ$ 64,288
Seller
Private seller
 
AT
Patek Philippe World Time
Patek Philippe World Time
NZ$ 35,481
Seller
Private seller
 
DE
Patek Philippe 20  Geneve for M.W. GALT & BRO WASHINGTON –...
Patek Philippe 20 Geneve for M.W. GALT & BRO WASHINGTON –...
NZ$ 6,103
Estimated price
Seller
Catawiki BV
 
Patek Philippe Mondphase  Scharnierboden
Patek Philippe Mondphase Scharnierboden
NZ$ 34,830
Seller
Uhren Schöfer GmbH
DE
Patek Philippe Rare 1920s Art Deco Platinum Ruby Diamond...
Patek Philippe Rare 1920s Art Deco Platinum Ruby Diamond...
NZ$ 13,170
Free shipping
Seller
Watch Hunter
 
US
Patek Philippe Nautilus Chronograph 40th Anniversary
Patek Philippe Nautilus Chronograph 40th Anniversary
NZ$ 221,347
Seller
Watch & Bullion
 
GI
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Chronograph
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Chronograph
NZ$ 91,957
Seller
Private seller
 
AT
Patek Philippe gondolo
Patek Philippe gondolo
NZ$ 73,240
Seller
Private seller
 
IT
Patek Philippe Nautilus
Patek Philippe Nautilus
NZ$ 71,215
Seller
Private seller
 
UK
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar
NZ$ 36,294
Seller
Private seller
 
LT
Patek Philippe Lady's 18K Yellow Gold Diamond "Gondolo...
Patek Philippe Lady's 18K Yellow Gold Diamond "Gondolo...
NZ$ 13,753
Seller
Private seller
 
BE
Patek Philippe Nautilus
Patek Philippe Nautilus
NZ$ 42,967
Seller
Private seller
 
DE
Patek Philippe Calatrava
Patek Philippe Calatrava
NZ$ 34,287
Seller
Private seller
 
CZ
Patek Philippe Calatrava  clous de Paris
Patek Philippe Calatrava clous de Paris
NZ$ 20,344
Seller
Private seller
 
ES
Patek Philippe Unknown
Patek Philippe Unknown
NZ$ 4,883
Seller
Private seller
 
NL
Patek Philippe Taschenuhr Reference 651,acier
Patek Philippe Taschenuhr Reference 651,acier
NZ$ 12,207
Seller
Private seller
 
DE
Patek Philippe Formuhr
Patek Philippe Formuhr
NZ$ 20,507
Seller
Uhren Schöfer GmbH
DE
Patek Philippe 5000
Patek Philippe 5000
NZ$ 24,413
Seller
Private seller
 
IT
Patek Philippe Calatrava
Patek Philippe Calatrava
NZ$ 31,737
Seller
Private seller
 
DE
Patek Philippe Calatrava Vintage 3429J Yellow Dial 3X signed
Patek Philippe Calatrava Vintage 3429J Yellow Dial 3X signed
NZ$ 14,903
Free shipping
Seller
Watch Hunter
 
US
Patek Philippe desk clock . wall clock  . alarm table travel
Patek Philippe desk clock . wall clock . alarm table travel
NZ$ 1,335
Seller
Private seller
 
NL
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar
NZ$ 49,640
Seller
Private seller
 
IT
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Moonphase Ref...
Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Moonphase Ref...
NZ$ 120,439
Seller
Private seller
 
FR

Patek Philippe: Prestige Par Excellence

No other name represents haute horlogerie like Patek Philippe. This Genevan manufacturer unites luxury, tradition, and high-quality craftsmanship. The superb quality of their pieces is reflected in their prices and famous clientele.

Highlights

  • Inventor of many important complications such as the perpetual calendar and split-seconds chronograph
  • Calatrava: the ultimate dress watch
  • Nautilus: the elegant sport watch designed by Gérald Genta
  • Gold and platinum used as the primary case materials
  • Modern, in-house caliber with silinvar (silicon)

Independent and Highly Esteemed

Patek Philippe is one of the few remaining manufacturers that doesn't belong to a larger concern. They are still family-owned, which contributes to their value and good reputation - and not just by experts. Nearly every piece used in the watches is built by Patek Philippe themselves. In this regard, they are comparable to their competitor Rolex. These are two of the most distinguished luxury brands worldwide. A Patek Philippe is the crowning piece of any watch collector's collection. These watches are also perfect everyday watches for those who want to show off what they've got.
This Geneva-based manufacturer offers over 200 unique watch models. Their style tends to be more on the conservative side. While stainless steel is often used in these watches, they use white, yellow, and rose gold more often than many other manufacturers.
Classic Patek Philippe watches include the Calatrava collection, introduced in 1932. The designers modeled this series after the Bauhaus style, which was new and revolutionary at the time. This school of design represented a reduction to the bare necessities and an extensive renunciation of decorative elements. It heavily influenced art throughout the 20th century, especially the fields of architecture and furniture design.
The Ellipse d'Or collection, released in 1968, is even more streamlined than the Calatrava series. The pieces in this collection feature two hands and an incredibly thin mechanical movement. The men's series Gondolo and the women's series Twenty-4 both feature watches with rectangular cases.
Patek Philippe has an entire collection dedicated to complicated watches. These feature moon phases, world times, or power reserve indicators. One level up are the Grand Complications watches. These watches have extras such as chimes, a tourbillon, and leap year indicators. These complications require high levels of craftsmanship and are examples of the incredible capabilities of Patek Philippe's watchmakers. Other Swiss manufacturers who make watches with complications are Blancpain and Breguet, both of which have similarly long traditions.
The Nautilus and Aquanaut series are both water resistant up to 120 meters. They have rather modern designs which set them apart from other Patek Philippe watches. The Nautilus was designed by the famous watch designer Gérald Genta, who also designed the Royal Oak by Audemars Piguet. The Nautilus was released in 1976. At first, with its porthole look and stainless steel case, it was a bit of an acquired taste. Today, it is considered an iconic sport watch. While the Nautilus and the Aquanaut are kept relatively streamlined, there are a few exceptions. For example, there is a white gold Nautilus set with around 1,700 diamonds and its price runs similar to that of a baseline Rolls Royce.

Buying Advice

Are you searching for an elegant, prestigious watch? Then a Patek Philippe is the right choice for you. Its reputation and stable value make this watch more than just a timepiece - it's also an excellent investment.
The Calatrava is considered a symbol of the company. It is the ideal dress watch, going well with an expensive, tailor-made suit. The Calatrava, reference number 5119, plays an important role in Patek Philippe's current collection. It is the successor to the beloved 3919 Calatrava, which was produced from 1985 to 2006. Both watches feature a guilloched bezel and a small seconds at six o'clock. The thin feuille hands and Roman numeral hour markers emphasize its classic feel. You should plan to spend at least 8,000 euros on a Calatrava 3919 in very good condition. A new 5119 costs around 15,000 euros. If you prefer a 1950s-style design, then the Calatrava 5196 is a better choice with its dauphine hands and stick indices. New, it costs about 16,000 euros.
The Nautilus is Patek Philippe's sporty watch. Traditional purists enjoy the stainless steel model. The watch originally had the reference number 3700/1; the version today is identified by the number 5711/1. Gérald Genta had planned for a steel case, and the current 5711/1 version remains the closest to the designer's original wishes, despite its golden versions. New, a stainless steel Nautilus costs around 27,000 euros. It's rare for a steel watch to cost this much, and it is a reflection of Patek Philippe's exclusivity.
If you are drawn to watches with intricate movements that truly represent haute horlogie, then Patek Philippe has two fittingly named collections for you: Complications and Grand Complications. You can find gems here for up to 100,000 euros, or even ten times that. Complications included in this class of luxury watch are the perpetual calendar, minute repeater, double chronograph, and tourbillon. Aside from yellow, red, and white gold, platinum is also often used as a case material.

Modern Caliber Technology, Unique Quality Seal

Patek Philippe also features a few watches with quartz movements. The manufacturer even invented the first so-called solid-state quartz watch with no moving parts and had it patented in 1959.
However, Patek Philippe is better known for mechanical watches made with in-house movements. Their calibers have a few special features. In 1949, the company patented the "Gyromax," a special type of balance wheel that is still in use today. While regular balance wheels feature weight adjustment screws on the outside of the rim, the Gyromax has weights set in it. Therefore, it has an increased moment of inertia, which in turn increases its precision. Patek Philippe has used the material Silinvar in their escapements since 2005. Similar to silicon, it's anti-magnetic and extremely hard. Due to this hardness, there is less friction in the movement and it doesn't require lubrication. The manufacturer presented the first balance spring made from this high-tech material in 2006.
Patek Philippe has always been scaling back the external delivery of movements and pieces. In 2005, the company introduced their first in-house chronograph caliber. Since 2012, they have been producing all chronograph movements themselves, although they had previously used movements from other manufacturers. For example, the first Nautilus used a caliber based on the 920 by Jaeger-LeCoultre. Audemars Piguet used it for the first Royal Oak as well, and Vacheron Constatin for the 222. Valjoux and Lemania also used to deliver to Patek Philippe.
In 2009, Patek Philippe introduced and began using their own seal, which is a mark for passing the most demanding quality test for mechanical watches worldwide. Previously, they had used the Geneva Seal, which has been the sign of high-quality watches from that canton since 1886. A significant difference between the two is that the new testing methods are for the entire, finished watch. According to the old Geneva Seal rules, separate movements could receive certificates.

The Inventor of the Crown

In 1839, Polish watchmaker and emigrant Antoni Patek (1811 - 1877) began producing pocket watches in Geneva. There, he combined forces with his French colleague Adrien Philippe (1815 - 1894) in 1845. Philippe's father had been a watchmaker and taught his son the craft. In 1844, Philippe had unveiled an invention to the world of watches that is ubiquitous today: the crown. Before this, movements were usually wound using a key, much like many large clocks today. The company has existed under the name Patek Philippe since 1851.
The two business partners participated in the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London, where Queen Victoria purchased two watches: one for herself, and one for Prince Albert. Danish and Italian royalty also became members of their distinguished clientele. In addition, a partnership with the New York jeweler Tiffany & Co. began during a trip to the United States when the American retailer ordered 130 watches. In 1902, Patek Philippe patented the first double chronograph and in 1925, they introduced the first wristwatch with a perpetual calendar. In 1932, the Stern family took over the business. Since 2010, Thierry Stern has led the company. Patek Philippe produces around 50,000 watches per year.
Queen Victoria wasn't the only one who appreciated Patek Philippe. Two of her successor's most prominent subjects, Beatles members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, had an affinity for these watches. They each wore an Aquanaut for some time, though Rolex's Submariner may have been more fitting for the singers of "Yellow Submarine." The Dalai Lama wears a Patek Philippe chronograph gifted to him by President John F. Kennedy, and actor Brad Pitt wears a Nautilus.

A Rivalry Between Watch Collectors

Patek Philippe has always defined themselves by their excellence. In 1933, after three years of development and five years of manufacturing, the Henry Graves Supercomplication, an 18-karat gold timepiece, was finally completed. Banker Henry Graves Jr. had commissioned the watch in order to outdo the pocket watches commissioned by automaker James Ward Packard. Packard owned a dozen complicated Patek Philippe timepieces, which he had collected over the course of 25 years. Graves and Packard were two of the leading watch collectors of their time and had an ongoing competition that the Supercomplication ended. The watch is composed of 920 individual pieces and has 24 impressive complications. These include a perpetual calendar, Westminster Quarters, the sunrise and sunset time, and Graves' Fifth Avenue apartment view of the starry sky over New York City. In November 2014, the pocket watch was sold for a record price of 24 million dollars at an auction. Graves initially paid 60,000 Swiss francs when he commissioned the watch, which is equal to about $200,000 USD today. The Supercomplication is the most complicated watch ever built without computer assistance. In 1989, Patek Philippe celebrated their 150th anniversary and unveiled the Calibre 89 pocket watch, which is even more complicated than the Supercomplication with 1,728 individual pieces.
In November 2016, Patek Philippe broke another record: A watch with reference number 1518 was sold at an auction for 9.6 million Swiss francs. It was the highest price a wristwatch had ever been sold for. This precious timepiece is a stainless steel chronograph with a perpetual calendar.