Patek Philippe has been pursuing Genevan watchmaking artistry without interruption since 1839. Thanks to its exceptional know-how, Patek Philippe maintains a tradition of innovation that has been crowned by over one hundred patents.
The specialist artistic techniques used to decorate timepieces are intertwined throughout the heritage of Patek Philippe. Enriched with intricately detailed artistry, the Dome Clock is a breathtaking example of the well-preserved rare handcrafts of the Manufacture.
The new addition to Patek Philippe's rich collection of calendar timepieces introduces an in-line perpetual calendar displays for the day, date and month. It is driven by a self-winding 31-260 PS QL caliber which is crowned by three new patents.
Patek Philippe presents a new olive green sunburst dial for the icon of casual elegance, as featured on two new stainless steel model Ref. 5711/1A, accompanied by the Ref. 5990/1 Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph that comes in rose gold with a blue sunburst dial, and a new Nautilus Haute Joaillerie with a random full diamond pavé setting.
One of the most emblematic Calatrava model - Clous de Paris - first launched in 1985 was given a contemporary aesthetic updates. The new Ref. 6119G-001 and Ref. 6119R-001 are updated with a larger case and wider guilloched bezel, as well as curved lugs. They are driven by a new manual winding movement with an enhanced power reserve of up to 65 hours.
The iconic Ladies' Calatrava Ref. 4997 was succeeded by a new interpretation with a slightly larger case and an ultra-thin self-winding movement. It's lacquered midnight blue dial is aesthetically updated with a guilloched concentric wave pattern.
The Patek Philippe’s patented Annual Calendar is introduced in a round polished stainless steel case for the first time, completes with a new integrated five-links bracelet and patented fold-over clasp secured with four independent catches.
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The Last Independent, Family-owned Genevan Manufacture
Over 180 years, Patek Philippe is recognized as the unparalleled technical pioneer in the realm of haute horlogerie. Every single detail and component of a Patek Philippe watch is taken into account and hand-finished by dedicated, trained specialists, with skills that was passed down through generations.
"It was 63 years ago since I first met with Mr Henri Stern and Mr Philippe Stern. Two families, three generations of friendship, it is a bond that we truly cherish." - Founder of Cortina Watch, Mr. Anthony Lim
The year 1956 marked the beginning of a lifelong friendship that transcends business relationships and become familial in the forge of time, with a bond so tight despite the cultural differences.
The 1970s was a period of disruption for the Swiss mechanical watch industry. Nevertheless, the two like-minded family-owned companies kept their course. Mr. Stern deepened his investment and production of mechanical calibres, keeping fidelity to the art of fine watchmaking, while Mr. Anthony Lim established Cortina Watch in 1972 emphasizing on mechanical watches, and subsequently became first Singapore authorized retailer for Patek Philippe in 1978.
The close relationship and steadfast mannerism of both respective company heads and heads of family saw them through the halcyon years of the 1980s, a time of economic disruption and market correction.
During that time, Mr. Raymond Lim, the eldest son of Mr. Anthony Lim, was instrumental in pioneering the shop-in-shop concept in Singapore’s up and coming new malls like Paragon, Raffles City and Millenia Walk. The success of these boutiques would eventually lay the groundwork for stand-alone Patek Philippe boutiques in the little red dot.
Even in times of the global financial crisis (2007-2008), both young heirs of the families, Mr. Thierry Stern and Mr. Jeremy Lim, share simpatico world views and such resilient bond that when Jeremy mooted the idea to open a Patek Philippe boutique at the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands in 2008, it was proceeded on the foundation of trust and faith.
This treasured relationship allowed Cortina to expand Patek Philippe’s foothold in Southeast Asia: running six specialist boutiques across the regions; and facilitated the expansion of Patek Philippe’s ION Orchard in 2016, making it largest Patek Philippe boutique in Southeast Asia. With its private rooms and VIP lounges, it can easily be considered Singapore’s answer to the famed Geneva salon.
Special bonds encourage special tribute editions. In 1997, Mr. Philippe Stern proposed the idea for a Ref. 5057 as an anniversary piece in celebration of Cortina Watch’s 25th Jubilee.
Produced in a limited edition of 100 pieces, the Patek Philippe Cortina Jubilee 5057R 18K Rose Gold Limited Edition Automatic was not just acknowledgement of one of the most prominent watch retailers in the country, but also recognition between two dignified gentlemen who had seen their fortunes rise in concert with each other.
In 2015, Mr. Philippe Stern himself made a special trip to Singapore to celebrate Mr Anthony Lim’s 80th Birthday, presenting a white gold Calatrava Ref. 5227 featuring providential engraving on the case back: “Happy 80th Birthday, Philippe et Thierry Stern”.
From father to son, the treasures ultimately lay not so much in the “breathing” escapements of the mechanical timepieces birthed from Plan-les-Ouates, instead, it's a legacy beyond brass and steel, transcending business relationships, grounded in the beating hearts of kinship, from one generation to the next.
Step into a timeless world of classicism and modernity, perfectly balanced in exceptional timepieces for generations to come.
Connoisseurs and watch lovers can relax and appreciate the beauty and fine craftmanship of Patek Philippe’s creations in leisure, while relishing in the unparalleled luxurious personalized shopping experience at a Patek Philippe boutique.
Begin your own tradition with a Patek Philippe watch – a work of art that will become a treasured family heirloom transcending generations.
Featuring an impressive three tier chandelier, composed of Baccarat crystal elements. All current collection of Patek Philippe watches are showcased in the grand counter display, visible upon entering the boutique.
Enjoy the cosy, appealing ambiance of the waiting lounge packed with a library. Read about the history of Patek Philippe and the journey of watchmaking artistry, that combines innovation with tradition, of the last, independent family-owned manufacture.
Every aspect of the Patek Philippe boutique signaled the prominent presence of the brand. From the palette of colours ranging from beige to brown, to the distinguishable Calatrava cross patterns, Birdseye maple, Indian Rosewood, and brass with a vintage burnished finish.
Discover Patek Philippes’s most coveted watches behind closed doors for a more discreet shopping experience. Our private lounge areas feature handpicked interior design elements reflective of the brand’s passion, innovation and philosophy of excellence.
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