Patek Philippe

Collecting Together with Josh Wright
Collecting Together with Josh Wright

For those with a passion for well-made things, the obsession lies not only in how an object is made but why it came to be made that way. ...

Reference Refresh: The Modern Calatrava
Reference Refresh: The Modern Calatrava

With Patek Philippe’s Calatrava turning 90 in 2022, the time is ripe to look back on an icon of classic Fine Watchmaking that’s been almo...

The History of Time: The Return of Czapek
The History of Time: The Return of Czapek

Many legacy watchmaking brands attempt to make a comeback, but few manage to pull it off. Czapek has become one of the most resounding su...

In The Details: The Case for Tonneau Cases
In The Details: The Case for Tonneau Cases

The vast majority of watches are round—quite simply because that’s the shape of their main component, the wheel. In addition to this prac...

Collecting Together with Gauthier Borsarello
Collecting Together with Gauthier Borsarello

Put ten collectors in a room and ask them why they collect and you’ll get ten very different answers. Some spend their lives searching fo...

Yellow Gold’s Comeback
Yellow Gold’s Comeback

Yellow gold was a classic from the 1960s to the 80s, after which it was considered old-fashioned, garish, and outmoded. By 2020, 80s-insp...

A History of Patek Philippe
A History of Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe is one of the oldest Swiss watch companies, manufacturing timepieces for over 180 years. In almost 200 years of being in b...

Collecting Together With Mark Cho
Collecting Together With Mark Cho

At the helm of his global retail outfit, the Armoury, Mark Cho is redefining the world of bespoke men’s tailoring, ushering tailored mens...

Enamel – The Inside Track
Enamel – The Inside Track

While it hasn’t exactly become widespread, it’s no surprise to find that enamel is a thing in contemporary watchmaking. Over and above th...

Sector Dials:  The Past has a Bright Future
Sector Dials: The Past has a Bright Future

The revival in vintage fashion has led to a minor style detail making a discreet comeback of its own: the sector dial. This segmented min...

Top Patek Philippe Men’s Watches
Top Patek Philippe Men’s Watches

Patek Philippe has produced luxury watches for over 180 years, innovating with new designs, techniques, and complications. The brand is e...

Worldtimers Then and Now
Worldtimers Then and Now

As any collector realizes, the rich history of horology allows each watch to act as a snapshot into the past. Watches can tell us so much...

In Focus: Patek Philippe Calatrava Skeleton; Ref. 5180/1G
In Focus: Patek Philippe Calatrava Skeleton; Ref. 5180/1G

Patek Philippe is known for its range of complications, grand complications, and rare handcrafts. Among those horological heavy hitters l...

The Top Ten Pilot Watches
The Top Ten Pilot Watches

Ready for take-off? Authentic pilot watches are still quite a rarity. Here’s our Top 10. 1. The most popular: Rolex GMT-Master II Does th...

Drip or Drown? An Overview of the Patek Philippe Aquanaut
Drip or Drown? An Overview of the Patek Philippe Aquanaut

The Aquanaut has a relatively young history within the grand history of Patek Philippe. While it is inspired by the popular Nautilus, the...

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