Patek Philippe produced an array of pretty magnificent limited edition watches for its exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London 2015. This isn't on of those, however. The watch on this page was completely unexpected, pretty extraordinary and possibly a bit controversial (depending on who you ask).
On display in the London exhibition was this watch The Patek 3940G-029, part of a collection of watches that Patek Philippe has effectively raised from the dead. This is a new version of one of several legends from the recent past: discontinued models now revived using new-old-stock movements and cases that were never used first time around. This comes with a special dial colour never seen before.
The 3940G was displayed in the “Napoleon Room”, which recreates the room at the top of Patek Philippe’s Geneva boutique, with one wall displaying huge projection of the view from this room of Lake Geneva.
Simply one of the most handsome and long-running watches Patek Philippe ever produced. Based on Patek’s in-house 240 Q movement, the 3940 was launched in 1985 and continued in production until 2007. There are two beautiful new examplesof the 3940G: in rose gold with a metallic brown dial, and this one in white gold with an incredible mustard rose gold dial.
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