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Patek Philippe Twenty-4 Ref. 4910/10

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Pre-Owned Patek Philippe 25mm x 30mm Twenty-4, Silver Roman Diamond Dial, Stainless Steel Bracelet, Ref. 4910/10

The Patek Philippe Twenty-4 4910/10 is a true embodiment of elegance and sophistication. With its 25mm by 30mm rectangular stainless steel case, it’s the perfect blend of contemporary design and timeless charm. The diamond bezel adds a touch of luxury and glamour to the watch.

The silver dial features Roman numeral 12 and 6 hour markers, complemented by diamond studs for the other markers, ensuring both functionality and a hint of opulence. Powered by a reliable quartz movement, this watch keeps impeccable time.

The stainless steel bracelet with a hidden butterfly clasp not only adds to the watch’s aesthetic appeal but also ensures a secure and comfortable fit on the wrist. It comes with its box, although no papers are included. The Patek Philippe Twenty-4 4910/10 is a statement piece for those who appreciate the finer things in life, making it a truly exquisite addition to any collection.

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Stainless Steel

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Patek Philippe

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Stainless Steel

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< 30mm


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Item ID0006415
Model #4910/10
Model NameTwenty-4
Serial Number4XXXXXX


As a member of the Holy Trinity of watchmakers and a Holy Grail for watch collectors, Patek Philippe stands at the pinnacle of fine watch makers, with the Calatrava as one of its most recognized watches from an already exceptional brand.  Opinions may differ on the world’s best dress watch, but the Calatrava will be on every list of the top watches, if not at the top.

No matter how popular, every watch had a beginning, often a humble one.  Despite its great innovations and support from prominent figures, including Queen Victoria and Albert Einstein, Patek Philippe was severely impacted by the Great Depression, which was the great equalizer.  While struggling through those difficult times, the company sought to design a watch that would recognize the austerity of the period but remain timeless and elegant.  The designer of the watch took as his inspiration the Bauhaus movement, which had started a decade earlier.  With its principle that the form of the design should follow the functional need, the designer David Penny designed the first Calatrava reference 96 to be a thin, round, and smooth case with elegant lugs that tapered to fit smoothly against a wrist.  The dial was a simple hands, minutes, and seconds dial with no complications.  A clean, timeless, and elegant design.

In this same year 1932, Patek Philippe was acquired by two brothers who had previously supplied dials to the company and to other watchmakers.  The brothers saw an opportunity to display their own fine dial craftsmanship in David Penny’s newly designed watch.  They chose to call the new watch the Calatrava, named after 12th Century Knights.  Patek Philippe has since adapted the Calatrava Cross as the unofficial logo of the brand, across all models.  Since those humble roots, the Calatrava has grown to be a flagship model and the oldest Patek Philippe model still in production today.