A sneak peek into The Calatrava, Patek Philippe's very first collection which was launched in 1932, inspired by the Bauhaus principles in which form follows function.

 Patek Philippe Calatrava 5119J 

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 Styling & Art Direction: Sarah Saw

Patek Philippe Calatrava 5119J with mechanical manually wound movement. It comes in a yellow gold case with white lacquered dial and hobnail patterned bezel Sapphire-crystal case back. Case diameter: 36mm

Patek Philippe Calatrava 6006G-001

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 Styling & Art Direction: Sarah Saw

Patek Philippe Calatrava 6006G-001 with self-winding mechanical movement. Caliber 240 PS C Case, in white gold with dal in Sapphire-crystal case back. Case diameter: 39mm

 

 Patek Philippe Calatrava 5153G-010 

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 Styling & Art Direction: Sarah Saw

Patek Philippe' Calatrava 5153G-010 with mechanical self-winding movement. It comes in a white gold case with silvery opaline dial. Hand-guilloched center with gold applied hour markers. Sapphire crystal case back protected by a hinged dust cover. Shiny black alligator strap with fold-over clasp.

 

Patek Philippe Calatrava 5227R

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 Styling & Art Direction: Sarah Saw

Patek Philippe Calatrava 5227R with mechanical self-winding movement. Ivory lacquered dial with gold-applied hour markers. It comes in a rose gold case with chocolate brown shiny alligator strap. Sapphire-crystal case back protected by an invisibly-hinged dust cover.

 

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Tags: Timepieces, Sapphire, Bauhaus, Calatrava, Self-winding, Patek Phillipe