Last June, Patek Philippe held the WATCH ART™ Grand Exhibition Tokyo 2023, visited by nearly 60,000 people, to share the history, craftsmanship and expertise that bring its collections to life.
To extend this experience to audiences around the world, the Manufacture has developed an extraordinary virtual tour offering you a rare opportunity to enjoy the marvellous world of Patek Philippe. The tour includes different themed rooms and presents not only the entire current collection of watches and movements, but also a selection of antique watches from the Patek Philippe Museum. One area is dedicated to watches that have been owned by famous clients, including many royal watches.
The "Rare Handcrafts" (miniature painting on enamel, "cloisonné" enamel, hand engraving, micro-wood marquetry, hand-executed "guilloché" and gem setting) meticulously preserved by Patek Philippe are also on display virtually, with a splendid range of 40 unique watches and limited editions (dome watches, table clocks, pocket watches and wristwatches) inspired by Japanese culture, with its rich artistic repertoire and ancestral arts.