The Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Split Second Chronograph 5004 is a modern icon and this rose gold, Arabic numeral example is perhaps the most beautiful variation. The 5004 was released in 1994, while Philippe Stern ran the brand, and production continued until the release of the 5204. This rose gold 5004 is available now at TheKeystone.com
The devil is in the details. - Known for their meticulous attention to detail and gorgeous dials, F.P. Journe really nailed it with this Octa Lune. In typical Journe fashion, this rose gold, 38mm boasts an equally beautiful backside. Available now with original box and papers at TheKeystone.com
Enjoying this original condition, 1960s “Ed White” Speedmaster on this #speedytuesday
“TO A REAL PAL” - This Patek Philippe 425 was gifted to Ray Arcel, a legendary boxing trainer who trained some the best fighters in the first half of the 20th century. Born in 1899, he trained through the 1950s when he retired after taking a lead pipe to the head in a mob hit. He returned in the 1970s to help train Robert Durán. Arcel was played by Robert De Niro in the 2016 movie Hands of Stone.
The Patek Philippe 3448 was the first ever automatic Perpetual Calendar reference produced by any brand. It is estimated that Patek only made 450-500 yellow gold examples, which makes it particularly impressive to find this example with one of the sharpest, unpolished cases we have ever seen. The watch features sharp edges and pronounced hallmarks and remains one of the most beautiful references Patek has ever made.
We love the clean aesthetic of this 1970s, white gold Audemars Piguet Automatic watch. #sofreshandsoclean