Introduction

6300G
- Grand Complications
Manual winding

New blue dials for the most complicated Patek Philippe wristwatch

The most complicated Patek Philippe wristwatch unites accomplishment and elegance in a new white gold version, boasting a front and back blue opaline dial. The reversible case, adorned with a hand-guilloched hobnail pattern, is notable for its patented reversing mechanism.

The 20 complications include five chiming modes, two of which are patented world firsts: an acoustic alarm that strikes the preselected time and a date repeater sounding the date on demand.

Watch
Manually wound mechanical movement. Caliber 300 GS AL 36‑750 QIS FUS IRM. Strikework isolator indicator. Second time zone. Second time zone day/night indicator. Day, date (on both dials), month, leap-year cycle by hands. Four-digit year display in an aperture. 24-hour and minute subdial. Crown position indication (R,A,H).
Dial
Time side: blue opaline, gold applied Breguet numerals, hand-guilloched hobnail center. Calendar side: blue opaline. 18K solid gold dial plates.
Case
White gold. Humidity and dust protected only (not water resistant). Diameter: 47.7 mm. Height: 16.07 mm.
Strap
Alligator leather with square scales, hand-stitched, shiny navy blue. Fold-over clasp.
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Caliber

300 GS AL 36-750 QIS FUS IRM
Manual winding

Patek Philippe Caliber 300 GS AL 36-750 QIS FUS IRM - Front
Front Back

300 GS AL 36-750 QIS FUS IRM
Manual winding

Grande Sonnerie, Petite Sonnerie, minute repeater. Strikework mode display (Silence/ Grande Sonnerie/Petite Sonnerie). Alarm with time strike. Date repeater. Instantaneous perpetual calendar. Movement power-reserve indicator. Strikework power-reserve indicator. Strikework isolator indicator. Second time zone. Second time zone day/night indicator. Display of day and month. Date display (on both dials). Leap year cycle. Four-digit year display. 24-hour and minute subdial. Crown position indicator (winding [R], alarm setting [A], timesetting [H]). Moon phases. Diameter: 37 mm. Height: 10.7 mm. Number of parts: 1,366. Jewels: 108. Movement power-reserve: 72 hours. Strikework power-reserve: 30 hours. Balance: Gyromax®. Frequency: 25,200 semi-oscillations/ hour (3.5 Hz). Balance spring: Spiromax®. Hallmark: Patek Philippe Seal.

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Rare Handcrafts
The engraver

The engraver’s first tool is...the pencil. Of course, we instinctively think of the burin (or graver as it’s also known), or one of the array of burins placed close at hand; any observer at the workbench is struck by their number and variety. The burin is an almost natural extension of this artist’s hand, as a fountain pen is for a writer. Pointed, squared, or rounded, but always sharpened, this tool penetrates the material to gouge out tiny quantities, tracing a line or curve with a furrow of varying depth.

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