The Grand Complications collection from Patek Philippe showcases the superb artistry and skill of the true masters of horological complications. Since 1839, Patek Philippe has focused on showcasing the most complicated wristwatches, which embody an individual and distinguished elegance. The Sky Moon Tourbillon is a breath-taking model that first appeared in the Patek Philippe collection in 2013. Initially released in white gold with an electric blue enamel dial, this was followed by an equally appealing intense black model (6002G-010). The 6002-001 is the latest version of this famous reference, which appears in warm rose gold for the first time. Showcasing 12 complications the statement 44mm double-faced case has a strong presence on the wrist. These complications include a perpetual calendar with retrograde date hand (not requiring any adjustment until 2100), minute repeater with chime on two 'cathedral' gongs, sidereal time, sky chart phases and orbit of the Moon. Combining expert horology with rare handcraft skills, the case of the 6002-001 has been expertly hand engraved with elegant volutes and arabesques, which continues an 18th-century Genevan tradition. The dial itself glows in Grand Feu brown champleve enamel, which perfectly matches the rose gold case. Gold bordered cloisonne enamel scrolling leaf forms have been expertly depicted in the centre of the dial in tones of brown, gold and white. The main hands also showcase beautiful hand engraving, which is continued on the fold-over clasp. A patinated chestnut brown alligator leather strap completes this very special piece. The 6002-001 houses the now legendary manually wound mechanical movement (calibre R TO 27 QR SID LU CL), which has a maximum power reserve of 48 hours.