Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph


Antoni Patek started making pocket watches in Geneva in 1839, before joining forces with French watchmaker and inventor of the keyless winding mechanism, Adrien Philippe. Together as Patek Philippe, the company made watch history by pioneering the perpetual calendar, split-seconds hand, chronograph, and minute repeater in watches. The Perpetual Calendar Chronograph puts that first innovation on display in a black lacquer dial with diamond hour markers.  (Price: $210,600.00 BUY)

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