Watch Art Grand Exhibition Singapore 2019 is the fifth Patek Philippe exhibition. For the 30,000 people expected to attend, it offers a unique chance to view exclusive watches and also admire the brand's vast expertise. Until October 13.
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Patek Philippe celebrated the opening of its Art of Watches exhibition in New York City last Thursday, launching several commemorative editions to mark the occasion. Patek Philippe president Thierry Stern was on hand to talk about the exhibition and the art of watchmaking.
Patek Philippe launched nine commemorative special-edition timepieces, including a world-first complication, to celebrate the opening of its Art of Watches exhibition in New York City last Thursday.