The 175th Anniversary Celebration Of Patek Philippe Will Kick Off In Geneva

The official celebration of the 175th anniversary of the luxury brand Patek Philippe is about to begin in Geneva, Switzerland. Since its establishment on May 1, 1839, Patek Philippe has always upheld the tradition of high-end watchmaking in Geneva. At the 150th anniversary, Patek Philippe launched the Calibre 89 pocket watch to commemorate the occasion. On the occasion of Patek Philippe’s 175th anniversary, in addition to looking back on its glorious past, it will also create history and release unique special timepieces as a memorial gift.

   As an independent watchmaker, Patek Philippe enjoys complete freedom of innovation in the process of design, production and completion, thereby producing top-quality timepieces that are recognized by watch experts worldwide. Patek Philippe’s exquisite and precious, classic and elegant watch works are a fusion of advanced technology and traditional watchmaking skills. It is indeed a rare masterpiece handed down from generation to generation. With its extraordinary watchmaking experience, Patek Philippe owns more than 80 patented technologies and writes a strong stroke for its innovative tradition.

   From November 15, 2013 to April 11, 2015, at the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva, Switzerland, exhibited the most significant commemorative models from 1989 to 2014. As the theme exhibition of commemorative watches celebrating the 175th anniversary of Patek Philippe, exquisite and sophisticated timepieces will be displayed one by one, showing the brand’s long and glorious history and creative process.

   The perfect creativity of Patek Philippe is shown in the advanced timepieces on display at the Patek Philippe Museum in the Plainpalais district of Geneva. This museum not only displays all kinds of exclusive global timepiece collections that have spanned 500 years of watch development, but also showcases the finest timepieces created by Patek Philippe Watchmaking Workshop in the past 175 years. In addition, the museum has 8,000 books and literature on timepieces, and its collection is among the leading in the world among similar museums.

   On October 13, 2014, Patek Philippe will hold a grand official celebration in Geneva, Switzerland. Patek Philippe’s 175-year legendary journey, coexistence of glory and glory. More grand celebrations are definitely worth the wait, let us wait and see.