A beautiful Patek Philippe 5711 in Rose Gold. It is quite rare to find the leather band iterations of the reference in Rose Gold, with the White Gold and Yellow Gold being seen far more commonly. Sat on the original Patek Philippe brown crocodile strap, this piece is incredibly wearable, suiting casual dress settings and the most formal occasion alike. The strap is fastened with a beautiful original Patek double clasp in 18k rose gold, signed nautilus to the buckle. The lovely original dial on this piece is a lovely graphite colour, referred to as the chocolate dial with the iconic etched lines and sunburst finish of the Nautilus with simple rose gold baton hour markers and hands, the contrast of the dial to the rose gold pairs really well with the brown crocodile strap. The Rose gold case providing an extra level of luxury to the highly architectural design of the Nautilus. The iconic shape of the nautilus case is just beautiful, with each angle and surface edge catching the light as you move the piece. Naturally the case is in a used condition but presents nicely, given this and having previously been polished, the case could receive a full valet polish from Patek and be restored to full factory finish and look brand new should the new owner wish to do so but as mentioned the watch still presents well and is keeping good time and is therefore ready to be worn and enjoyed. Keeping great time with the stunning caliber 324 S C movement. The exhibition caseback provides an uninhibited view through to the beautifully decorated movement. The standard of finishing is just incredible and real testament to the skill and quality of the Patek watchmakers.
Complete with original Patek inner and outer box. The lovely zebra wood finish wooden display box in excellent condition to the exterior with signs of use to the interior. Complete with an extract from the archives, this is currently on order from Patek and will be delivered to the new owner post sale.
Brand: Patek Philippe
Box/Papers: Original Box, Extract from the Archives Papers