Patek Philippe Ladies First Perpetual Calendar

# 7140G

Patek Philippe Ladies First Perpetual Calendar

# 7140G

Originally introduced in 2012 as one of the references belonging to the Ladies First Grand Complications, this ultra-thin, elegant refined Perpetual Calendar timepiece is offered in a white and rose gold version with two strap options – shiny gray and green for the white gold and shiny mink gray and royal purple for the rose gold.  The case with its gemset bezel, houses Caliber 240 Q.  This legendary movement has a mechanical memory that takes into account the months with 28, 29, 30, and 31 days.

 

The ultra-thin self-winding Ladies First Perpetual Calendar is now available in a new white-gold model that complements the rose-gold version. The diamond-set bezel deflects the light on a silvery sunburst dial with applied numerals and minute pearls in gold. A Grand Complication with incomparable feminine appeal.

 

  • Ultra-thin mechanical self-winding movement. Caliber 240 Q.
  • Silvery sunburst dial, gold applied numerals and minute scale. Silvery sunburst dial, gold applied numerals and minute scale.
  • White gold case. Interchangeable full back and sapphire-crystal case back. Water resistant to 30 m. Case diameter: 35.1 mm. Height: 8.7 mm.
  • Bezel set with 68 diamonds (~0.68 ct). Prong buckle set with 27 diamonds (~0.2 ct).
  • Alligator straps with square scales, hand-stitched, shiny gray (originally fitted) or shiny turquoise green (additional strap), prong buckle set with 27 diamonds (~0.2 ct). Alligator straps with square scales, hand-stitched, shiny gray (originally fitted) or shiny turquoise green (additional strap). Prong buckle set with 27 diamonds (~0.2 ct).

$102,904

Product Details

Name Ladies First Perpetual Calendar
Stock Number 7140G
Department Timepieces
Type Women's Watches
Material White Gold

The Brand

OC Tanner Jewelers Patek Philippe
Patek Philippe

The jewel in the crown of a Patek Philippe watch is the fact that, from its case and dial to its beating heart, it has been finished by hand by a dedicated, trained specialist, with skills passed down through generations.