One of Patek Philippe’s best-selling women’s collections now reimagined for the modern and globetrotting woman.
First launched in 1999 and known for its iconic rectangular face, the Twenty-4 is one of Patek Philippe’s best-selling women’s collections.
Today, it has been reimagined into a stylish timepiece made for the globetrotting, independent, and active woman. Designed to accompany their eclectic and vibrant lives round-the-clock, the newly unveiled Twenty-4 Automatic features a new yet timeless aesthetic and a mechanic movement.
Adopting the manchette-type appeal of the original Twenty-4, the new watch comes with an exclusive bracelet featuring gently cambered central links framed by delicate two-tier outside links.
However, what sets the new timepiece apart from its predecessor is the new 36-mm round case, which combines a sleek silhouette with refined details. The dials present an easily legible face accentuated with applied Arabic numerals and baton-style hands with luminous coatings.
Meanwhile, the slightly cambered sapphire-crystal glass echoes the sculpted shape of the case. The bezel is set with two rows of offset diamonds; the “Dentelle” (lacework) setting style amplifies their radiance and emphasizes the femininity of the watch.
The new Twenty-4 Automatic also incorporates a self-winding mechanical movement. It comes in stainless steel or rose gold as well as with different dials, including a silvery face with highly artistic finissage that emulates the look of precious wild Shantung silk. This face also graces the dressy rose-gold model with a diamond-set bezel, crown, and bracelet.
Whether one’s style leans towards elegance or athleisure, the charming timepiece is ready to take on any journey.
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