Friday, May 6, 2011

The Most Complicated Timepiece In History Patek Philippe Calibre 89


The Most Complicated Timepiece In History
Patek Philippe Calibre 89

Patek Philippe has historically been renowned for their prowess in creating the most complicated timepieces in history. Patek Philippe introduced the Calibre 89 timepiece model in 1989 to commemorate and celebrate their 150th anniversary in 1989.

The Patek Philippe Caibre 89 is the most complicated timepieces in horological history. It has 33 Complications total. To date, Patek Philippe has only ever produced 4 of these timepieces, so they are extremely rare.

As a matter of fact, Patek Philippe has only made one each in yellow gold, pink gold, white gold and one in platinum. The example below is the yellow gold version.

The photo below shows both sides of the same timepiece. In other words, the Patek Philippe watch has one display window on the front, and the other on the back.

Click on the image above to see all of the magnificent complexity and detail

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