The company has made significant contributions to the history of the watch. Holding more than 100 patents for their work on time pieces, it’s clear that Patek Phillipe has worked hard to progress the industry.
Most of all, it is their unrelenting commitment to craftsmanship that places Patek Philippe in the upper echelon of luxury time pieces. Each watch has around 250 individual pieces that are manually assembled. The dials have up to 200 procedures. All of these precise actions combine together to make exquisite piece of time-tracking engineering.
Grand Complications Perpetual Calendar
Aquanaut Travel Time
The Value of a Patek Philippe Watch
When looking at the sticker price of a Patek Philippe watch, it is important to factor in the value the watch will hold in the future.
Indeed, many Patek Philippe watches are investments, not just luxury time pieces. A 1970 Nautilus that retailed at less than
$3,000 trades at around $50,000 today. These watches not only hold their value, they create value through the years.
Entry-level Patek Philippe models will range from $19,000 to $30,000. These watches can be found in the Calatrava, Nautilus
and Aquanaut families. Keep in mind, that the Calatrava is the only family of watches from these three that can be readily found
at an authorized dealer. The Nautilus and Aquanaut families have years long waiting lists due to their value and secondhand market.
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