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At the pinnacle of expert watchmaking, the Patek Philippe Grand Complications collection is world renowned and recognized not only as a status symbol, but a heirloom-quality timepiece. The Patek Philippe Grand Complications is a family of watches like no other, housing several horological complications and masterpieces like the luxury brand’s hallmark perpetual calendars, as well as tourbillons and minute repeaters.
Boasting a range of timepieces that capture the essence of elite craftsmanship and design, these watches are a homage to Patek Philippe’s mastery in technical precision and aesthetic prowess. Today, the collection boasts 35 models, with three new designs released in 2020, and available in a variety of materials, functions, and styles.
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What Makes a Patek Philippe Grand Complication?
Living at the intersection of expert craftsmanship and unrivaled design, watches in the Patek Philippe Grand Complications collection feature over 3 functions. For example, the Sky Moon Tourbillon has 12 complications while the Grandmaster Chime has 20, making them some of the most complex wrist watches ever made.
The Grand Complications collection also carries quintessential Patek pieces like perpetual calendar chronographs, and their specialty—the minute repeater. Discover this pre-owned Minute Repeater with a platinum case and sharp white dial, or opt for a Perpetual Calendar Chronograph that showcases a handsome brown alligator strap and 18k gold Calatrava Cross. The collection also includes split-second chronographs like this sleek watch, as well as the Celestial Moon Tourbillon, one of the brand’s most highly-sought after pieces.
Intricacy and complexity define the Patek Philippe Grand Complications, leaving collectors to marvel at its diverse assortment of pieces in platinum, white, yellow, and rose gold. Learn more by watching an expert review, or explore watches from other luxury brands when you peruse our pre-owned tourbillons and chronographs.
Purchasing Patek Philippe Grand Complications from WatchBox
As the world’s leading platform for buying, selling, and trading pre-owned luxury watches, collectors have the unique opportunity to discover rare pieces in our suite of Patek Philippe Grand Complications watches. Interested in exploring other collections from this brand? We also offer an unrivaled selection of Aquanaut, Nautilus, Calatrava, and Gondolo watches. If you’re fond of dress watches, be sure to read this article for pandemic-era dress watch inspiration—perfect for those who want to stay sharp while working from home.
Explore More Grand Complications Models
Known as one of the industry’s most prestigious and impressive collections, it almost goes without saying that purchasing a Patek Philippe Grand Complications is a good investment. But, how much are pre-owned models? Cost widely depends on a number of factors including condition, demand, and availability to name a few. However, our current inventory of Grand Complications timepieces ranges in price from $39,950 to $289,950 — mid-priced models are typically between $75,000 and $140,000. Browse a handful of remarkable references from our suite, available in several styles and functions.
This tonneau-shaped, self-winding automatic watch features a 42.5mm x 35mm 18k yellow gold case, a silver dial, and a brown alligator strap. Impressive functions on this piece include hours, minutes, day, date, month, 24-hour indicator, leap year indicator, moon phase indicator, and GMT.
Flaunting a handsome 18k yellow gold case and striking silver dial, this timepiece’s functions include hours, minutes, small-seconds, day, date, month, moon phase, perpetual calendar, and chronograph.
Looking for a manual-wind split seconds chronograph? Check out the sleek timepiece featuring a 41mm platinum case, a black dial, and black alligator strap. Other functions include hours, minutes, small seconds, and split-seconds.
Perfect for those who are searching for a smaller piece, this 36mm manual-wind watch boasts a platinum case, silver opaline dial, and black crocodile strap. Its impressive array of functions includes hours, minutes, small-seconds, day, date, month, perpetual calendar, leap year, chronograph, moonphase, and am/pm indicator.
Opt for a mesmerizing blue dial when you choose this self-winding automatic piece that showcases a 39mm 18k white gold case. Functions include hours, minutes, day, date, month, leap year indicator, perpetual calendar, and moon phase.