- Rare Handcrafts
Manual winding

Pocket watch in cloisonné enamel on hand-guilloched ground. England’s heraldic emblem, the Tudor rose, glows on a yellow gold watch. More than 50 cm gold wire and transparent, opaque, and opalescent enamels in 19 colors produce the cloisonné design, with gold spangles in the green of the leaves. Enamel applied in relief to several petals creates sense of volume. Opaque red enamel dial set with emeralds (~1.17ct); crown adorned with red spinel cabochon (~0.34ct); bow embellished with enamelwork. Manually wound caliber 17’” LEP PS with small seconds. Accompanied by chain in yellow gold, decorated with four cylinders set with 60 emeralds (~0.43ct) and 60 red spinels (~0.52ct). Case diameter: 44.1 mm. Unique piece created for the 2015 Watch Art Grand Exhibition in London. 2015.



17''' LEP PS
Manual winding

Patek Philippe Caliber 17''' LEP PS - Front
Front Back

17''' LEP PS
Manual winding

Overall diameter: 38.65 mm. Height: 3.8 mm. Number of parts: 137. Bridges: 7. Jewels: 18. Power-reserve: Min. 50 hours. Balance: Plain with screws. Frequency: 18 000 semi-oscillations per hour (2.5 Hz). Balance spring: Breguet.

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Rare Handcrafts

For decades, Patek Philippe has been helping to preserve age-old decorative skills by regularly commissioning pieces from artists who are either independent, creating in their own studios, or who are based in the company’s Geneva workshop and dedicated to rare handcrafts. How does Patek Philippe ensure that these skills continue to flourish?

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