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    Patek Philippe Ladies Nautilus 18ct Gold

    Was 14,995.00
    DATE ADDED: 29th June 2021
    Code: 22483S
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    Patek Philippe Twenty 4

    Sold Date Sold: 16th Sep 2021
    DATE ADDED: 6th September 2021
    Code: 22639S
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    Patek Philippe Nautilus Ladies

    Sold Date Sold: 1st Mar 2021
    DATE ADDED: 16th October 2020
    Code: 1913P
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    Patek Philippe Aquanaut

    Sold Date Sold: 10th Nov 2020
    DATE ADDED: 27th April 2020
    Code: 21122S
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    Patek Philippe Twenty 4

    Sold Date Sold: 6th May 2021
    DATE ADDED: 21st April 2020
    Code: 20584S
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    Patek Philippe Twenty 4 Rose Gold

    Sold Date Sold: 13th Jun 2020
    DATE ADDED: 20th February 2020
    Code: 20006S
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    Patek Philippe Twenty 4

    Sold Date Sold: 19th May 2020
    DATE ADDED: 17th February 2020
    Code: 21614S
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    Patek Philippe Twenty 4

    Sold Date Sold: 17th Jan 2019
    DATE ADDED: 28th June 2017
    Code: 19231S
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    Patek Philippe Ladies Gondolo

    Sold Date Sold: 22nd Nov 2017
    DATE ADDED: 28th July 2016
    Code: 1433P 19747s
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    Patek Philippe Twenty 4

    Sold Date Sold: 30th Sep 2016
    DATE ADDED: 11th July 2016
    Code: 1600P
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    Patek Philippe Twenty 4 Rose Gold

    Sold Date Sold: 17th Mar 2016
    DATE ADDED: 12th January 2016
    Code: 17686S
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    Patek Philippe Twenty 4

    Sold Date Sold: 21st Mar 2017
    DATE ADDED: 5th May 2015
    Code: 16924S
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    Patek Philippe Twenty 4

    Sold Date Sold: 12th Sep 2016
    DATE ADDED: 18th March 2015
    Code: 16776S

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    Patek Philippe Watches

    Patek Philippe

    Patek Philippe watches are widely regarded as some of the finest timepieces on the planet. The origins of the company can be traced back to the partnership of Antoni Patek and Franciszek Czapek who initially collaborated together in 1839. After gaining valuable experience in the competitive watchmaking industry, Patek Philippe as we know it today, launched its first unique piece in 1851.

    Its rise to prominence was rapid, owing largely to the superb quality of the watches. New designs were quickly developed, each an ode to luxurious resplendence. Recognising the unique qualities of each item, Queen Victoria became one of the earliest champions of the brand, taking a particular shine to the first keyless pocket watch, an invention unique to Patek Philippe.

    In 1868, a bold move by the now-famous royal watchmaker saw traditional convention cast aside. It was to be a move that revolutionised not only the watchmaking industry but the fashion industry in its entirety. Patek Philippe designed a timepiece that discarded the chain of the pocket watch, instead opting for the watch face to be attached to a strap around the wrist. The wristwatch was born (30 years before the inception of Rolex).

    After the deaths of the founders, the company was purchased by Jean and Charles Stern. Determined to stay true to the original roots of the brand, the two brothers oversaw the design and production of some of the world's most intricate watch designs. Single watches would spend years in the design process, ensuring every exquisite detail was just so, and would then take many more years to expertly construct.

    Keen to stay abreast of modern design, Patek Philippe was the first watchmaker to undertake the manufacture of the electronic clock. This piece had no moving parts and was the original watch to employ a quartz crystal to manage the time.

    Which brings us to the modern-day. Still an advocate of pushing the boundaries and maximising the use of new technology, Patek Philippe invests heavily in research and design. The dedicated team has produced a range like no other, most notably the Calatrava, Nautilus, Gondolo, Twenty-4, Golden Ellipse and the Aquanaut. All modern-day classics drawing on years of heritage to create stunning designs.

    So, if you're asking yourself if now is the correct time to 'sell my Patek Phillippe watch?' we'll simply leave you with this...

    Intricate watch design is the ultimate test of a company's skill and expertise. Patek Philippe has not only successfully designed the world's most complicated timepieces, but truly mastered production. Every watch is a celebration of hundreds of years of artistry, encapsulated in a watch of timeless worth.

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