Aesthetics is defined as having an "emphasis on beauty or the cultivation of the arts". With the cloisonne enamel dial, Patek Philippe has taken the art of watchmaking beyond the mechanical to a new level of beauty and grace. These rare timepieces display an elegance and sophistication usually reserved for a masterpiece painting.
This particular wristwatch is a fine example of the skill and attention to detail found in such precision timepieces. It has the added quality of being one of only a few to have been produced in pink gold. Patek Philippe confirms the production of this watch in 1953 and its subsequent sale on 1 October, 1955.