From April 19 to 28, at its Salons on Rue du Rhône, the Genevan manufacture will showcase its entire collection of the rare handcrafts timepieces that premiered at Baselworld 2018.
It is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to discover the fifty exceptional dome table clocks, pocket watches and wristwatches before they continue their journey to private collections all over the world.
Undisputedly, Patek Philippe is one of the most dedicated guardians of grand traditions.
Under the auspices of president Thierry Stern and his wife, Creative Director Sandrine Stern, the family-owned manufacture spares no effort to preserve all artisanal skills that for centuries have been used to adorn timepieces and are intimately linked to watchmaking artistry: manual engraving, various grand-feu enameling techniques (miniature painting on enamel, cloisonné, champlevé, paillonné, flinqué, grisaille, plique-à-jour, Limoges enamel painting, etc.), as well as gemsetting and hand guilloching.
The Genevan brand is also committed to further evolving such skills and broadening the portfolio by refining new crafts such as wood micromarquetry or combining several techniques to create breathtaking works of art.
Every year, the result of this intensive involvement with tradition and innovation is presented by Patek Philippe with a rich palette of one-of-a-kind treasures and limited editions that meld sublime craftsmanship with the ultimate in creativity and aesthetics.
A rich harvest in 2018
The 2018 collection, highlighting fifty creations for dome table clocks, pocket watches and wristwatches (some with minute repeaters) experienced its debut at Baselworld and pays tribute to a suite of rare handcrafts manifested by an extensive range of creations that have taken their inspiration from many different sources.
From April 19 to 28, in its Salons on Rue du Rhône, the Genevan manufacture is exhibiting the entire collection of rare handcrafts timepieces that premiered at Baselworld 2018. It is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to discover the fifty exquisite dome table clocks, pocket watches and wristwatches before they are delivered to private collections all over the world.
These masterpieces, combining centuries-old skills with contemporary inspirations, can be admired in an exclusive exhibition that is open to the public from 10 am to 6 pm.