Patek Philippe Nautilus 5712/1A-001
An unworn example of the Patek Philippe Nautilus 5712/1A-001. Steel case diameter 40mm water resistant to 60 meters, screw down crown. Mechanical self winding movement PP Caliber 240 PS IRM C LU. Power reserve of 48 hours. 265 parts. Black-blue dial with gold applied hour markers with luminous coating. Functions: Hours, minutes, second sweep subsidiary, power reserve, date and moon phase display. Brushed and polished steel bracelet. Sapphire crystal case back. Box and papers dated 2011 with Patek Philippe service April 2022
(RRP – £39,240)
Introduced in 1976, the Patek Philippe Nautilus stands as an iconic luxury sports watch, designed by the legendary Gerald Genta. Initially met with skepticism, its distinctive porthole-inspired design and integrated bracelet have since become synonymous with timeless elegance and casual sophistication.
The Nautilus collection’s flagship model, the Reference 3700, featured a bold octagonal case, a blue dial, and horizontal grooves, creating a distinctive aesthetic. Over the years, Patek Philippe expanded the Nautilus line, introducing various sizes, materials, and complications, including chronographs and moon phases.
The Nautilus remains highly coveted, with its scarcity and enduring appeal contributing to its status as one of the most sought-after watches in the horological world. Its fusion of sportiness and haute horlogerie has solidified the Nautilus as a symbol of Patek Philippe’s commitment to craftsmanship and design excellence.
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Expires October 2022
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