Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Limited Edition for Tiffany & Co – A Solid Investment
Patek Philippe has helped out Tiffany & Co on numerous ocassions all through the past 160+ years, a collaboration that was praised in 2001 with the presentation of the ‘T 150’ Annual Calendar, that was restricted to 450 pieces.
Now they commend the fifth commemoration of the Patek Philippe shop situated in the Tiffany & Co lead store in New York, by presenting a women wrist watch and the new Annual Calendar watch (Ref. 5396G) in white gold, that is restricted to 100 pieces. This is the thing that we consider a beautiful timepiece AND a strong investment.
The in 2001 delivered yearly schedule ‘T 150’, or reference 5150J, had a rundown cost of $ 21,500 for the yellow gold variant and $ 22,500 USD for the rose gold and white gold forms. Today these pieces go for $ 65,000 USD and upwards, so that resembles an extremely strong investment!
The new ref. 5396G highlights, similar to the T150 from 2001, an yearly schedule and this one showcases day, date, and month in openings, moon stages and 24-hour sign. The dark dial is twofold endorsed by Patek Philippe and Tiffany & Co and the sapphire gem case back uncovers type 324 S QA LU 24H with a select etching “Patek Philippe – A Shared Vision – 2008-2013 – Tiffany & Co”.
The women model that Patek Philippe and Tiffany & Co mutually created to commend the fifth commemoration of the Patek Boutique is a Ladies Gondolo watch (Ref. 4987G) and is enlivened by the Art Deco period. It includes a tonneau-formed case in 18K white gold complemented with 164 round splendid cut precious stones (0.63 ct). There is a decision of two dials, a tangle blue sunburst dial with white painted Roman numerals and a white mother-of-pearl dial with powdered gold Roman numerals. The restricted release comprises 50 bits of the women’s model, 25 of each dial version.
For more data about these watches and the accessibility, kindly visit the Patek Philippe site or obviously the Patek Philippe Boutique in the Tiffany & Co lead story in New York City.
This article is composed by Frank Geelen, leader supervisor for Monochrome Watches .