The iconic Patek Philippe Nautilus watch is dressed in the signature color of the American jewelry brand Tiffany & Co. 170 pieces of a limited edition with a double logo on the dial symbolize 170 years of partnership between the two companies. In 1851, the American brand Tiffany & Co became the first official retailer of Swiss Patek Philippe watches in the United States. “This is my little present from LVMH on the occasion of the acquisition of Tiffany,” Patek Philippe CEO Thierry Stern said in an interview. – I had to choose something exceptional. And this is the latest Nautilus watch.” Indeed, earlier this year the head of the family watchmaker announced that the Nautilus (Ref. 5711) was being phased out. This watch is considered the most sought after among collectors: the waiting period for this steel sports model by Patek Philippe is at least ten years, even despite the cost of 25-30 thousand dollars.

Farewell series Nautilus Ref. 5711/1A-018 commemorative 170th Anniversary Tiffany & Co – Patek Philippe 1851-2021 is limited to 170 pieces. The Tiffany Blue watch, priced at $52,635, will be available to select customers at three Tiffany boutiques in New York, San Francisco and Beverly Hills. One copy will go to the Phillips auction, which will be held on December 11th. All proceeds will be donated to the Nature Conservancy by Tiffany & Co Executive Vice President Alexandre Arnault.

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