The protagonist of today & mdash; & mdash; The case of this 5116G watch is 35mm in diameter and only 8mm thick. First released on August 4, 2005, it is water-resistant. Its 18-carat white gold three-piece case is polished and frosted, looking pure and noble.
In 1932, Patek Philippe launched the extraordinary Calatrava series men’s watches with round surfaces and elegant design. Today, Calatrava series men’s and women’s watches are still the most popular models of Patek Philippe. As far as Patek Philippe is concerned, the most popular models are certainly very extraordinary. Taking the Calatrava series as an example, at least 24 different models have been created. The Calatrava series is named after the beautiful emblem of Patek Philippe, the beautiful Calatrava Cross & mdash; Pictured is Calatrava, hand-wound watch, studded bezel, water-resistant to 25 meters, made of gold or white gold.
Today’s protagonist, the case of this 5116G watch is 35 mm in diameter and only 8 mm thick. First released on August 4, 2005, it is water-resistant. Its 18-carat white gold three-piece case is polished and frosted, looking pure and noble. The screw-down case back and sculpted crown, together with the crown protection, give the wearer a sense of respect. The sapphire crystal, the milky white enamel dial and the printed radial Roman numerals indicate its noble status to the public.
This watch uses a 215 PS movement, with the Geneva mark, rhodium-plated, fine polished decoration, 18 rubies inlaid therein, linear lever escapement, Gyromax balance wheel with cold, hot, isochronous and 5-directional precision correction. Compensation for cardless balance springs, and equipped with shock absorption, its dial, case and movement are signed.
Patek Philippe has a solid-color enamel dial (commonly white, black and off-white). In addition to this model, which was manufactured in 5115 in 2005, there is also a newly introduced platinum shell 5116, which is then a queen-class Flywheel, three questions 3939. Among them, the most famous, rarest and most sought after by collectors is Patek Philippe’s first 2526 (off-white enamel plate) with automatic movement and its successor style 3428