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Patek Philippe Twenty~4 “manchette” model in rose gold - Watches & Wonders 2024 #WatchesandWonders2024
By SENATUS Editor | 11 April 2024

First launched in 1999 in a steel case set with diamonds, the first Patek Philippe collection dedicated entirely to women named Twenty~4 made its mark as a classic example of timeless elegance, suited to every occasion.

In 2018, this line, built initially around the “manchette” (or “cuff-style”) model with a quartz movement, enriched its offer with a new Twenty~4 Automatic in a round case.

To celebrate 25 years of feminine seduction and success, Patek Philippe is now bringing out a new version of the “manchette” model in rose gold. The extremely refined dial of this Twenty~4 Reference 4910/1201R-010 is embossed with a motif of concentric waves, before being coated with several dozen fine layers of translucent lacquer, the first layers tinted purple, the later layers colorless, creating delicate plays of light and depth.

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