The Essence Of Patek Philippe Watches And Clocks Complex Function Culture
Since its founding in 1839, Patek Philippe has always been adhering to tradition, and has always been bold and innovative. In 2011, the brand launched six superb complication watches and successfully used the avant-garde material Silinvar® to create a new balance wheel, once again showing its endless creativity to the world.
The new number 5208P Triple Complication is a masterpiece of horology.
In 1839, Antoine Norbert de Patek and Franqois Czapek formed a watch factory. In 1844, in the Patek Philippe watch factory that continues today, the two pioneers met and met the French watchmaker Jean Adrien Philippe. In the 170 years that followed, Patek Philippe continued to challenge technical difficulties and created an extraordinary timepiece, writing a beautiful chapter in the history of watches and clocks. Whether in the past or now, Patek Philippe has always led the way in the complication of watches and clocks, and has become a strong backing for the brand in the watch industry. Since the Stern family took over Patek Philippe in 1932, the brand has always maintained an independent way of operation, and has successively launched a collection of micro-mechanical timepieces that incorporate multiple complex functions such as the minute repeater, perpetual calendar, tourbillon, and chronograph. In 2011, six new super-complex watches were developed, and they were the first to use innovative materials to make innovatively designed watch parts, and to make a name for themselves again.