Introduction To Patek Philippe Calatrava Series 5119

Calatrava Ref. 5119 is the latest version of the Calatrava & quot; Paris Nails & quot; pattern. It is the most famous design feature of Patek Philippe. The dial of the Calatrava Ref. 3919, which was introduced in the mid-1980s, and the case with a unique studded engraved pattern, were retained, and adopted a larger and more contemporary size with a diameter of 36 mm.
 Calatrava Ref. 5119 is the latest version of the Calatrava & quot; Paris Nails & quot; pattern. It is the most famous design feature of Patek Philippe. The dial of the Calatrava Ref. 3919, which was introduced in the mid-1980s, and the case with a unique studded engraved pattern, have been retained, with a larger and more contemporary size, with a diameter of 36 mm.

 The white-collar dress in Yi Shu’s novels will always be a white shirt, diamond studs, Tahiti pearls and a Patek Philippe. Their common characteristic is under the seemingly simple appearance, which has the richest connotation. Patek Philippe Calatrava series watches, since the day of its birth, have stood the table with minimalism.

 The caliber 215 PS movement used in the new 5119 is one of Patek Philippe’s thinnest movements, with the “Geneva Quality Imprint” transparent caseback showing the same exquisite and elegant movement design. In appearance, the iconic design of this series is the ‘Paris Stud Pattern’ of the bezel, which is a kind of decoration inspired by architecture, like ‘Diamond Tip’. Under the mastery of the watchmaker, this staggered grid pattern decoration technique makes the simplicity become three-dimensional, shiny, and quite artistic. Coupled with the elegant and refined dial design, it has become one of the most classic styles of Patek Philippe. Perhaps in this age of speed and quantity, minimalism carries our ultimate dream.