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Patek Philippe is a Swiss brand which was founded in 1851 by Polish watchmaker Antoni Patek and Frenchman Adrien Philippe, the inventor of the key-less winding mechanism. Patek Philippe is considered by many experts to be amongst the most prestigious watch manufacturers in the world, having pioneered features such as the perpetual calendar, the chronograph and the minute repeater.


New and Used Patek Philippe Watches for Sale


Browse our extensive range of Patek Philippe watches and buy new or pre-owned pieces at the click of a button. Luxe Watches brings the most sought-after designs to the UK market, coupled with interest-free finance deals that will allow you to secure your favourite Patek Philippe watch with ease.


The brand’s classic Nautilus sports watch is a firm favourite amongst our customer base. With its distinctive shape and enduring spirit, this flagship Patek Philippe watch is certain to stop even the most discerning watch-lover in their tracks. Other notable ranges from the brand include the elegant Calatrava, the striking Twenty-4 and the innovative Annual Calendar Chronograph watch, noted for its ground-breaking timekeeping features.


About Patek Philippe


The sheer sophistication of Patek Philippe watches is not to be underestimated. These pieces boast some of the most complex inner workings known to the industry, but all of the brand’s innovative technology is housed in a strikingly graceful exterior that will always outlast the ever-changing fashion landscape.


Put simply, without Patek Philippe, we wouldn’t enjoy the sheer variety of watch designs on the market today.


The company’s heritage is steeped in horological milestones. Not only is Patek Philippe credited with the development of the first wristwatch (some thirty years before Rolex adopted the concept), the brand also patented the now-widely-used perpetual calendar and was responsible for the development of the electronic clock. Even Queen Victoria was among those astounded by the company’s technical advancements. It’s safe to say that Patek Philippe’s commitment to enhancing its watch designs has shaped the plight of many modern watchmakers.
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Patek Philippe is a Swiss brand which was founded in 1851 by Polish watchmaker Antoni Patek and Frenchman Adrien Philippe, the inventor of the key-less winding mechanism. Patek Philippe is considered by many experts to be amongst the most prestigious watch manufacturers in the world, having pioneered features such as the perpetual calendar, the chronograph and the minute repeater.


New and Used Patek Philippe Watches for Sale


Browse our extensive range of Patek Philippe watches and buy new or pre-owned pieces at the click of a button. Luxe Watches brings the most sought-after designs to the UK market, coupled with interest-free finance deals that will allow you to secure your favourite Patek Philippe watch with ease.


The brand’s classic Nautilus sports watch is a firm favourite amongst our customer base. With its distinctive shape and enduring spirit, this flagship Patek Philippe watch is certain to stop even the most discerning watch-lover in their tracks. Other notable ranges from the brand include the elegant Calatrava, the striking Twenty-4 and the innovative Annual Calendar Chronograph watch, noted for its ground-breaking timekeeping features.


About Patek Philippe


The sheer sophistication of Patek Philippe watches is not to be underestimated. These pieces boast some of the most complex inner workings known to the industry, but all of the brand’s innovative technology is housed in a strikingly graceful exterior that will always outlast the ever-changing fashion landscape.


Put simply, without Patek Philippe, we wouldn’t enjoy the sheer variety of watch designs on the market today.


The company’s heritage is steeped in horological milestones. Not only is Patek Philippe credited with the development of the first wristwatch (some thirty years before Rolex adopted the concept), the brand also patented the now-widely-used perpetual calendar and was responsible for the development of the electronic clock. Even Queen Victoria was among those astounded by the company’s technical advancements. It’s safe to say that Patek Philippe’s commitment to enhancing its watch designs has shaped the plight of many modern watchmakers.