PATEK PHILIPPE. AN 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH HAND-ENGRAVED BLACK CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL DIAL
PATEK PHILIPPE. AN 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH HAND-ENGRAVED BLACK CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL DIAL
PATEK PHILIPPE. AN 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH HAND-ENGRAVED BLACK CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL DIAL
PATEK PHILIPPE. AN 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH HAND-ENGRAVED BLACK CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL DIAL
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PATEK PHILIPPE. AN 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH HAND-ENGRAVED BLACK CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL DIAL

ELLIPSE MODEL, REF. 5738⁄51G, CIRCA 2021

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PATEK PHILIPPE. AN 18K WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH WITH HAND-ENGRAVED BLACK CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL DIAL
ELLIPSE MODEL, REF. 5738⁄51G, CIRCA 2021
Movement: Automatic
Dial: Grand Feu black enamel
Case: 35 x 41 mm. (W x H)
With: 18k white gold Patek Philippe buckle, Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin, leather holder, product literature, travel pouch, presentation box and outer packaging
Remark: Fresh to market, in unworn condition, full set, and property from the Kairos collection
Note: Serial numbers are available upon request
Special notice

Lot incorporates material from endangered species that is not for sale and is shown for display purposes only. The endangered species strap shown with the Lot is for display purposes only and is not for sale.Upon sale, the watch will not be supplied to a buyer outside Hong Kong with any watch strap.

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Alexandre Bigler
Alexandre Bigler Vice President, Head of Watches, Asia Pacific

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The Golden Ellipse
The Golden Ellipse was first launched in 1968. The original design is based on the golden ratio, which links to the Fibonacci sequence that has been used in architecture, art and which also appears in nature. Patek Philippe used the ratio when designing the Ellipse, using the system to hopefully make the most perfectly proportioned wristwatch.

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