Murat-style pocket watch
This is a unique Patek Philippe that you may have never seen before, and quite possibly, will never see again. Unless you go to the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva. An almost identical piece can be seen in the Gondolo case at the museum and that example has roman numerals. Our example has engraved-enameled Breguet numerals and the same cushion foliate pattern, plus an exceptional double lion engraving under the logo. Furthermore, the dial is signed Chronometro Gondolo above 6 o’clock. This Art Deco case features an engraved and enameled bezel and the case back repeats the pattern we see on the dial including the stunning double lion motif. For the collector demanding rarity and quality, this watch really delivers. Why go to the Patek Philippe Museum and look through glass when you can own a masterpiece and hold it in your own hands?
To learn about the important part that Chronometro Gondolo played in the history of Patek Philippe please see this article.