The Patek Philippe Salons

Geneva

Geneva

The Geneva Salon could perhaps be called the first among equals. It was in 1853 that Patek Philippe, needing larger premises as the firm grew, moved into two stories of a building on the rue du Rhône.

Here the company entered into a fifteen-year agreement that has so far lasted for more than one hundred sixty years; the site has become an enduring part of the city landscape.

Paris

Paris

The city of Paris has a special significance for Patek Philippe, for it was here, in 1844, that Antoine Norbert de Patek met Jean Adrien Philippe, and a piece of history was made.

Nevertheless, it was not until 1986 that Philippe Stern decided to open the company’s first salon outside Geneva. It was situated on the Avenue Montaigne, a prestigious destination but one given over, for the most part, to haute couture.

London

London

London has become, perhaps, the crossroads of the world; a fast-paced, vibrant city where tradition meets the utterly modern. Fittingly, the Patek Philippe Salons sits on a crossroads in the very center of Bond Street – that lively, fashionable hub for visitors, browsers, and shoppers; and a byword for cultivated good taste.

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