In 2018, by launching the feminine Twenty~4 with a self-winding caliber, Patek Philippe fulfilled the expectations of a growing number of women who had expressed their interest in mechanical movements. The Twenty~4 Automatic distinguishes itself with a round case but retains the same exclusive bracelet design and the same attitude of a contemporary classic. Now, this timepiece comes in two new and highly refined versions. The new Twenty~4 Automatic Ref. 7300/1200A-011 in stainless steel stands out with an elegant dial in olive green, a new color nuance in the palette of the current Patek Philippe collections. Its sunburst finish produces a refined light shimmer. The applied Arabic numerals and the white-gold hands have luminescent coating. A white-gold frame highlights the date aperture at 6 o’clock. The new Twenty~4 Automatic Ref. 7300/1200R-011 in rose gold underscores the harmony of the case color with a rose-gilt sunburst dial paired with hands, applied Arabic numerals and a date aperture, all in rose-gold as well.
These two new models feature bezels with the fire of two offset rows totaling 160 brilliant-cut diamonds (~0.77 ct) in the exclusive “dentelle” setting. They are endowed with the self-winding caliber 324 S C movement with elaborate finissage that can be admired through the sapphire-crystal case back. The bracelet in stainless steel or rose gold is polished entirely by hand and secured with a patented fold-over clasp fitted with four independent catches.
As the third “manchette” model with a quartz movement and the new face of the Twenty~4, the new Ref. 4910/1201R-001 combines a case in 18K gold with a chocolate brown sunburst dial – a liaison with an exceptionally warm, refined, and feminine personality. The inimitable shape of the rectangular, slightly cambered case with two-tier flanks is emphasized by two vertical rows, each with 17 flawless Top Wesselton brilliant-cut diamonds (total: 34 diamonds, ~0.57 ct) set to the highest standards of the master jeweler’s art. The dial features applied Arabic numerals, applied trapeze markers, and rounded baton-style hands in rose gold with luminescent coating. The crown is decorated with the Calatrava cross, Patek Philippe’s trademark emblem. The precious rose-gold bracelet with a fold-over clasp consists of three rows of entirely hand-polished individual links; it hugs the wrist very comfortably.