Patek Philippe Ladies First Perpetual Calendar timepiece wows women at Baselworld

It’s been long since a Patek Philippe creation has wooed me. Feeling almost dejected, I had given up any hopes of finding an exquisite Patek Philippe that I would share with you. But then, just like one of those moments when you get that message from a friend you have been longing to hear from, when you least expect to receive it, I spotted the Patek Philippe Ladies First Perpetual Calendar timepiece. Gorgeous, stunning and truly worth my dramatic wait, this timepiece successfully takes forth the Patek Philippe legacy. Fitted with the famed ultra-thin 240 Q calibre, this first perpetual calendar for ladies woos you with its elegant case and slender profile, which is adorned in pink gold and delicately set with diamonds.

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The dial with its pink gold applied hour markers, hands and Arabic numerals only enhances the appeal of this timepiece. The Month and leap year indication are at 3 o’clock, date and moon phases at 6 o’clock, day and 24-hour indication at 9 o’clock. The strap is hand-stitched square-scale mink grey or royal purple alligator and features an 18K pink gold pin buckle set with 27 diamonds.
Water resistant up to 30m, with a power reserve of up to 48 hours, this timepiece surely steals your heart.
[Via TimeZone]

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