OTHER 2017 PERPETUAL CALENDAR TIMEPIECES FROM PATEK.
Aside from a perpetual calendar with a retrograde date display, the latest Grand Complication model by the brand also features a tourbillon and a minute repeater. The manually wound timepiece features a black enamel dial and a 40.2mm platinum case.
Formerly presented in yellow gold and then white gold, this cushion-shaped beauty is now revealed in rose gold. Featuring gold applied Breguet numerals set against a silvery-grained dial, this 44.6mm by 37mm watch is powered by the ultra-thin automatic movement 240 Q.
Having made its debut in 2012 as Patek’s first perpetual calendar watch for women (it came in rose gold then), the Ref. 7140G now returns in a 35.1mm white gold case, complete with a bezel studded with 68 diamonds. Its sleek engine is the Calibre 240 Q.
Patek’s complex split seconds-chronograph and perpetual calendar watch gets a splendid new home in the form of a compact 38.3mm platinum case with a concave bezel and hollowed sides. The manually wound timepiece is available in two dial options: blue sunburst, or satin-finished rose gold.