A new look for the popular Patek Philippe Nautilus.
For most luxury watch collectors and enthusiasts, the Patek Philippe Nautilus Reference 5711/1R is viewed as one of the most sought-after examples on the market. The highly-exclusive example highlights the traditional design qualities of the professional watchmakers at Patek Philippe. Although the piece is absolutely stunning as it sits, the creative watchmakers at Artistans de Genéve are out to reimagine the factory look of the Patek Philippe Nautilus. The all-new creation deemed ‘Honey Pearl’ comes together as a commissioned example for a lucky client looking to change the styling of his watch using new colors and materials.
The most apparent feature of the Nautilus 5711/1R is its change to a skeleton dial, which allows for a closer look at the inner workings of the movement. The outer portion of the dial presents a satin-brush finish with rose gold indexes to help magnify the piece. Adding more color and materials, Artisans de Genéve works with the client to decide on the shape of the Rose Gold hands that include white and red touches. The true beauty lies in the Open Work Movement, where the watchmakers at Artisans de Genéve broke down the 26-330 SC movement to finely skeletonize and bevel it by hand with a circular satin-finish. The Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711/1R ‘Honey Pearl’ by Artisans de Genéve is much more than a luxury timepiece, it’s a work of art for all watch enthusiasts to enjoy. If you would like a custom Honey Pearl of your own, Artisans de Genéve will commission the piece for $67,550. Check back into duPont REGISTRY Daily for more luxury watch news and releases.
Source: Artisans de Genéve