Dear friends and customers, today we will show you three Platinum Perpetual Calendars from our collection. Each of these watches is very different, complex and eye pleasing.
Perpetual Calendar has been a complication, which we always found very fascinating. The idea behind is the practical feature of showing the date, month and year without needing of adjusting it. Here are three great examples of impeccable time pieces.
Enjoy the beauty!
Patek Philippe 3970 Platinum
Introduced in 1986 to replace the mythical ref. 2499, the 3970 has been in production until 2004, in 19 years only about 2000 pieces have been made in all the metals.
Coming with the extract from the archives, confirming the production in 1997, and its subsequent sale in 1998. The watch has an extremely appealing and rare White-Opaline Dial with White Gold ‘Obus’ indexes.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 25820 Platinum
Cased in Platinum, the watch is characterized by the stunning Light Blue Mother of Pearl Dial. Known as MK2, the watch is fitted with the leap year indication. This AP example is extremely rare, only an handful are known at today. The watch is preserved in excellent original condition.
Vacheron Constantin 43032 Skeleton Platinum
Made in limited production of 150 pieces, only 20 were fitted with Blue Sub Dials, and in order to make the dial easier to read white graphics registers.
36mm cased in Platinum, with a spectacular ‘see trough’ dial and movement which is based on the excellent JLS 920 ebauche, the 1120QP caliber is a Vacheron work of art with a magnificent hand, engraved work both on the front and the back, and an impressive hand finishing of all the components.
We hope you liked our selection for today!
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