5073R-001 | Grand Complications

  • Collection: Grand Complications
  • Model reference: 5073R-001
  • Case/Size: Rose gold, 42mm
  • Dial: Black lacquered, diamond hour markers
  • Movement: Automatic winding
  • Functions: Perpetual Calendar, Minute Repeater
  • Specificity: Chime with two gongs
  • Price: Upon request


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Best known for their Grand Complications watches Patek Philippe masters the “Haute Horlogerie” and are arguably the best in the industry.
In 1989, to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the manufacture, Patek Philippe developed what is one of the most complicated portable timepiece in the world: the Calibre 89 with 33 complications but half a century ago in 1932 they had built the “Henry Graves Supercomplication” which had at that time 24 complications, including Westminster chimes, a perpetual calendar, sunrise and sunset times, and a celestial map of New York as seen from Graves’s apartment on Fifth Avenue.
For decades they did held the title of the most complicated watches built. Mastering their craft they perpetuated the skills and traditions to deliver in their current collection pieces of the highest quality.

*The present model released in 2015 is the rose gold version (5073R-001) of the initial 5073P released at BaselWorld 2011.
It’s fitted with a perpetual calendar and a minute repeater in a 42mm platinum case.
This rose gold variant didn’t last long in the catalogue, only 2 years, very few pieces were made and therefore is a rare-sight to even see one.  Bezel, lugs and buckle are set with over 145 baguette diamonds for an approximate ~5.2 ct.



Patek Philippe – Bio

Patek Philippe & Co. was founded in 1839, located in Geneva and the Vallée de Joux. It designs and manufactures timepieces and movements, including some of the most complicated mechanical watches. It is considered by many experts and aficionados to be one of the most prestigious watch manufacturers.
In 1868, Patek Philippe made their first wristwatch, which was sold on November 13, 1876 to the Hungarian Countess.
It is the last independent, family-owned Genevan watch manufacture with uninterrupted operating history spanning nearly 180 years.

Additional information


Accompanied by a leather folder with pictures and instructions, folder outer packaging, additional case back, setting pin, leather wallet, product literature, special wooden presentation box