Established in 1839 in Switzerland, Patek Philippe is named after its founders, Antoni Patek and Adrien Philippe. To this day, Patek Philippe has always aimed for perfection by creating pieces of unrivaled quality and reliability. The exclusiveness of their watches make them rare, precious pieces, a unique legacy to be handed down from one generation to the next.
The Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5270P-001 Salmon is the first to feature a fully in-house movement. This manual-winding timepiece offers a robust 55-65 hours of power reserve. Powered by Calibre CH 29-535 PS Q visible on its transparent caseback all while maintaining perfect timing synchronization.
Its platinum case in 41 mm, perfectly complements the pink salmon dial, encapsulates luxury and durability in a sleek design. The vintage brown alligator strap with platinum deployant buckle adds a touch of timeless appeal to this remarkable watch.
Functions include a day and month in apertures at 12 o'clock, minute and second at the 3 and 9 o'clock subdials, also the date and moonphase in the 6 o'clock subdial. The leap year indicator and day/night indicator can be found in apertures at 5 and 7 o'clock respectively.
New Old Stock (99%) conditions. New without sign of wear. The item comes with original box and papers but the warranty date / stamp is older. May have handling marks. Comes with box and papers.