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Patek Philippe bolso , Gondolo, 18K. REF.00323

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Patek Philippe bolso , Gondolo, 18K. REF.00323

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  • Marca:   Patek Philippe
  • Modelo:  Pocket bolso Gondolo
  • Número: não fornecido
  • Características:  Ouro Rose 18K, modelo Gondolo (gravado na parte interna), mais de 100 anos (1909)- - caixa grande, ouro 18 k, 51mm, peso do relógio 97 gramas . Impecável ;Ouro amarelo 18 k , com a inscrição gravada em varias partes,Selo Calatrava, fundo traseiro guilloche,  com desenho decorativo.
  • Caixa:  caixa grande, ouro rose 18 k, 51mm, peso do relógio 97 gramas, com a inscrição gravada em várias partes,selo Calatrava, fundo traseiro guilloche,  com desenho decorativo
  • Fundo:   branco, números romanos e escala 0-60 com subdivisões,   com inscrições em preto, ponteiro separado de segundos (subdial, 06-60seg). Inscrito Patek Philippe &  Cie Geneve; anotação extra: Antonio Fagundes. Nota: existe um fio de cabelo quase imperceptível no centro entre os números 1 e 2.
  • Comentários:  Seminovo, excelente estado, de colecionador. Completo com caixa (estojo decorado) em perfeito estado  PP (com desenhos de época), com certificado de autenticidade da própria Patek Philippe. Inclui embalagem Patek Philippe (saco de legítima camurça Suede gravado Patek Philippe )  e sacola de luxo


Sobre os famosos Relógios Gondolo :


Watches made for GONDOLO & LABOURIAU, Rio-de-Janeiro (1900-1930) 

Gondolo’s stratagem in Brazil 
Patek Philippe was one of the first watchmaking firms to enjoy business relations with the United States, dating from 1851, when it signed an exclusive agreement with Tiffany & Co. New York. The founders’ letters, carefully preserved in Patek Philippe’s archives, are a fascinating record of the perils to which the traveller was exposed at that time. The firm had been present in Latin America since the 1870’s, but sales in this market really took off towards the end of the nineteenth century, when business relations began with distributors Gondolo & Labouriau, in Rio de Janeiro. Carlos Gondolo and his partner, Paulo Labouriau, had devised an ingenious sales method. This consisted of a buyers’ club for 180 watch enthusiasts. The first week, the members paid ten dollars a week and then drew lots, with the winner acquiring a Patek Philippe. The timepiece in question was the celebrated Chronometro Gondolo, a calibre specially created for Gondolo and found in no other Patek Philippe timepiece. The second week, the remaining 179 members again paid ten dollars, and so on until the seventy-ninth week, when all the remaining members, each of whom had paid 790 dollars, received a Patek Philippe watch. Besides being a huge success with businessmen, who found this method of buying by lottery amusing, the club enabled the Brazilian distributor to sell 180 Patek Philippe timepieces in less than two years. © La Tribune des Arts présente en exclusivité le Patek Philippe Museum Chronometro Gondolo Patek, Philippe & Co, the Geneva watch manufactory produced specific watches named “Chronometro Gondolo” for its Brazilian retailer Gondolo & Labouriau, in Rio-de-Janeiro, between 1902 and the early 30’s. The trade name “Chronometro Gondolo” was registered at 8 o’clock on March 10, 1902 under the N° 14’401. The “Chronometro Gondolo” was manufactured with a range of watch-cases (in gold, in silver or in niello silver), dials (divided in 12 or 24 hours) and hands. The movement diameters varied between 10 to 22’’’ (lines, a unit of measurement used for indicating the size of the movement. A line is equivalent to 2.256 mm) giving rise to cases from 32 to 57 mm in size. The “Chronometro Gondolo” movements had to incorporate the following technical features to meet the latter’s requirements: - An “ébauche” (blank movement) based on a patented design by Adrien Philippe (US Patent N° 20’483 of January 13, 1891) equipped with transmission and ratchet-wheels of the mainspring barrel arbor (winding wheels) with “wolf’s teeth” toothing. The mainspring barrel arbor was built with a square indentation for releasing (unwinding) the barrel spring. - A wheel train in 9 carat gold.- A straight line lever escapement “à moustaches” (“with moustaches” refers to an equilibrated lever) with a cut bimetallic balance and a Breguet balance spring. - A minimum of 18 jewels (18, 19, 20 or 21).- A spiral-shaped eccentric, allowing precision regulation for fast and slow, an improved version of Adrien Philippe’s French « precision regulator » (Patent, N° 142’376, from April 16, 1881). A selection of the watches were designed to be fitted with centre-seconds or chronograph mechanisms. Patek Philippe never produced other watches with gold trains of wheels; but during the second half of the 19th century, they did produce a considerable amount of movements with gold wheels. Wristwatches appeared in the 1920’s and were presented in different case shapes, ranging from round, square and rectangular to “tonneau“ and “cushion“. Extra-flat “cushion”-shaped Art Deco” 



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