Patek Philippe host major exhibition in Dubai

Hosted at the Madinat Jumeirah, the exhibition organized by family owned luxury watch maker Patek Philippe will include a selection of 400 exceptional watches from US$ 10.000 to US$ 1,5 million. The exhibition will also include handcrafted clocks and “the great flower” pocket-watch, which was designed for the Arabian market circa 1660. The exhibition set-up recreates on a large surface of over 1.500 sqm the headquarters and ateliers of Patek Philippe in Geneva.

Speaking about the exhibit, Thierry Stern, President of Patek Philippe said ” 10 years ago people were really focused on design and the jewellery pieces. Today, they’re passionate about the movement. When you buy a watch the most important thing is the movement, which you don’t see. ”