About Patek Philippe Grand Complications
The Grand Complications collection from Patek Philippe showcases the superb artistry and skill of these true masters of horology. Since 1839, Patek Philippe has focused on displaying the most complicated wristwatches for both men and women, which embody an individual and distinguished elegance. The 1920s saw the first split-seconds chronograph and perpetual calendar models produced, with these models still featuring in the collection today. The current range offers thirty-four models that feature some truly breath-taking complications including the chronograph, tourbillon and celestial. The showpiece is the double-faced 6300G-010, which is the most complex example in the regular collection, and features twenty complications. Another particularly special piece is the ladies white gold and diamond set perpetual calendar 7140G-001, which does not require any manual adjustment until 2100.
Sought after and collected by watch connoisseurs’ worldwide these Patek Philippe masterpieces can be found gracing the wrists of Eric Clapton and Ed Sheeran. Pragnell have offered the Patek Philippe Grand Complications range since the 1960s, and proudly continue to this day.