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Patek Philippe Calatrava 18k Gold. REF.00819

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Patek Philippe Calatrava 18k Gold. REF.00819

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  • Marca: Patek Philippe
  • Modelo: Calatrava Ouro 18k
  • Número: 3520
  • Gênero:  Masculino
  • Características: Movimento mecânico manual, 1970s, calibre highgrade PP 175, um dos mais famosos movimentos PP (v. Comentarios),  fivela ouro assinada PP, pulseira couro preto nova PP (custa mais de USD 600.00)
  • Caixa: Ouro 18k,  32mm sem coroa (33,5mm com coroa), 38mm altura com lugs. Classico Art Deco Calatrava,  traseira lisa em ouro 18k; coroa 18k com o selo Calatrava PP; dial marfim branco em harmonia, garantindo leveza e discrição diferenciados e sensação de caixa maior. Bezel liso, original, garantindo a harmonia adicional. Gravado na tampa traseira (no interior): 18k (0,750) PATEK PHILIPPE 7 CO. Geneve Swiss 3520 e Numero da Caixa: 2.644.xxx
  • Fundo: Original Marfim Branco (branco prateado), combinando com a pulseira e dando volume à peça,  números (batons) em ouro, assim como os ponteiros. Inscrito Patek Philippe & Cie -  Geneve;   swiss made. 
  • PulseiraBracelete novo couro preto original  PP (nova sem uso; lug: 18mm) , fecho assinado PP de ouro.
  •  Comentários: Importante Relógio, um dos classicos da história da PP, original,  com caixa e certificado PP, muito mais raro, discreto e sofisticado (Calatrava bezel liso). Elegante e atemporal;  completo com a caixa  PP vintage em bom estado  e com certificado de originalidade luxuoso da PP. Trata-se de relógio mais raro, cada vez mais cobiçado, ótimo investimento devido as  poucas peças disponíveis e, alem disso, um relógio atualíssimo. Sinais de uso: marcas na Caixa traseira (nos buracos de rosquear), dente no bezel (entre 8-9 e 10-11 horas), e sinais (marcas/patina ) no mostrador. Calibre Revisado profissionalmente.
  • Acompanha : Diferenciais @webrelogio. Caixa original PP  vintage em bom estado.Certificado de Originalidade PP. Livro-catálogo PP, revista (Patek magazine ) recente. Sacola de luxo. Copia de Recibo do proprietario anterior

 

·          Nota: em caso de envio por correio, nao acompanha o livro nem a sacola. Para melhor avaliação, as fotos são parte da descriçao. Proveniencia: Colecionador Brasil. Preço internacional dessa versão: USD 8.000 – 10.000        

 

 

Basic Info

Listing number

 

Reference number

3520

Brand

Patek Philippe

Model

Calatrava

Movement

Manual winding

Case material

Yellow gold

Bracelet material

Leather

Year

1970s

Condition

Used (signs of wear)

Scope of delivery

Paper and  box original PP

Gender

Men's watch/Unisex

Location

Brazil, Sao Paulo

Caliber

Movement

175 Manual winding

Number of jewels

18

Case

Case material

Yellow gold

Case diameter

32 mm

Bezel material

Yellow gold

Crystal

crystal

Dial

White ivory

Dial numerals

Gold Battons

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material

Leather new

Bracelet color

Black

Clasp

Buckle PP

Clasp material

Yellow gold

 

Others

New original PP band, Gold PP signed crown and clasp

Description:

Calatrava ref. 3520, case 32mm without crown (38mm lug-to-lug) with manual wind caliber ref. 175, classic, timeless; 18k gold case, lugs, back, signed crown and clasp, rarest flat bezel, signed gold buckle and PP new black leather band (+ $600.00 without the clasp). PP vintage box and certified document from Patek Philippe; professionally serviced. There are some signs of use: back with some dings on the caseback wholes, a couple of minor, discrete  dings on the bezel (between 10-11 and 8-9 hs), dial with signs/patina. Document and Box PP. Former owner copy of receipt.

 

Details:

 

Highly collectable, with the famous No. 175 manual wind movement adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, Gyromax balance, overcoil spring, Seal of Geneva, white ivory dial with  batons markers in gold round case with  signed  Gold 18k clasp and  brand new original Patek Philippe exquisite black leather band. Geneva Quality Hallmarked, signed 18 jewels caliber 175 revised, one of the finest hand-wound movements ever produced by Patek.

Note: Part of PP history this 3520 is most rare today, since is the flat bezel. It is more discrete, dressy and sophisticated too. Also, the new expensive Patek band is a must.

Calibre 175 (and the similar calibre 177) is an ultra-thin PP hand-wound watch movement based on a 90 year old design from F. Piguet and remains in production today

Provenance: local collector (includes former owner receipt). International price for this version: $ 8.000 – 10.000.

Pictures are part of description.

 

Additional information:

 

“Form follows function” Calatrava. Perfect Art Deco harmony and Bauhaus principles. A champagne dial,  resting over a magnificence shaped case balanced following by the lugs,  with elegant gold hands and hour markers floating over its depths. Patek Philippe’s Classic collection is a bold departure from traditional watch shapes. But far from bowing to fashion, this watch had a sense of inner harmony that was very pleasing to the eye. Its eternal design was inspired by the principle of the Bauhaus, Art Deco school which eventually evolve to the Calatrava.

 

The Bauhaus movement started in Germany in 1919 and emphasized holistic approach to design that brought together technology, aesthetics, and premier craftsmanship. Penney felt that simple, understated timepieces would be both elegant and timeless. As such, he designed the first Calatrava, Reference 96, in gold, with a clean ivory dial that featured applied gold markers and a tiny subsidiary seconds dial at 6:00.

 

The very first Patek Philippe Calatrava watch was created in 1932, when pocket watches still abounded and wristwatches were just coming into the limelight. By the early 1970s, Patek Philippe had already created numerous variations of the Calatrava. In 1973 it would come out with a design with the “Clous de Paris” guilloche – or hobnail bezel. In some ways, this represented a deviation from the Bauhaus principles that had informed the original design of the Reference 96, as the hobnail bezel served no functional purpose. Paired with a simple round case and straight lugs, however, it was absolutely stunning and only further enhanced the classic appeal of the Calatrava collection. Powered by the manually-wound Cal. 175 it was, of course, a time-only display, available with several different dial variations, including ones with Arabic and Roman numerals. The design proved so popular that it is still in production today.

Although the more common version with “Clous de Paris” pattern on the bezel, Patek also created more classical versions of the Reference 3520, close to the original anthological design (ref 96);  with a flat bezel, you can see the roots of the collection and the timeless Bauhaus appeal of the model.

 

Today, Patek Philippe has a healthy number of Calatrava references in its line up, and it remains one of the most celebrated collections in all of watchmaking. Considered an icon in history, the Calatrava– new or vintage—is a must-have in any watch lover’s wardrobe. It is a versatile timepiece that goes from business to evening to casual weekend wear, all the while making an understated yet magnetic statement.

 

The most successful brand at big auctions: Among watch connoisseurs Patek Philippe is regarded as the leading brand, not least because of the tradition of the company and continuously delivered horological peak performances, for instance in the area of complications. Characteristic of this are the many inventions that have affected the fine watchmaking. From 1845 (modern crown winding) until 1996 (annual calendar) Patek Philippe has been awarded over 70 patents. The watches are not only sold as a consumer items, but also as investments with a very high stability of value. How coveted such highly complicated watches of this renowned manufacturer are, is unmistakably reflected in the auction results: A model chronograph perpetual calendar from 1944 in  steel reached on 12 November 2016 in Geneva a price of more than 11 million USD and so holds the record for the most expensive wristwatch auctioned. The 20 most expensive wristwatches in the world that were ever sold at an auction come exclusively from the house of Patek Philippe, also pocket watches

                                                

 

Temos outras marcas sob consulta confira:

  
 Audemars Piguet, A. Lange & Sohne, Bell & Ross, Blancpain, Breguet, Cartier, Chopard, Cuervos y Sobrinos, Glashute, IWC, Jaeager Le coulter, JeanRichard, Longines, Mido, Montblanc, Panerai, Parmigiani, Piaget, Prada, Roger Dubuis, Seiko, Ulysse Nardin, Vacheron Constantin, Vulcain

 

 

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