It features hour markers, a painted "rail road" minute ring, and two central hands for a more interesting visual effect. Patek has chosen two different dial finishes for the two available models. The rose gold has a classic style, with a slightly rough, uniform dial and gold appliques. The white gold - in my opinion, a more interesting option - has a dark gray, graphite-colored dial finished with vertical brushing. In addition, a small second dial is decorated with a cutout.
Patek has developed a new movement for the new Calatrava model. The 30-255 PS hand-wound caliber has an impressive diameter of 30.4 mm (filling well the space in the case) and is only 2.55 mm thick. It has a power reserve of 65 hours accumulated in two adjacent barrels, springs that "open" simultaneously, providing a smoother and more stable power transfer. The balance of the caliber, the Gyromax, operates at a frequency of 4 Hz and is equipped with a stop function that makes it much easier to set the time accurately. Thanks to the Patek Philippe seal, the mechanism measures time.with an accuracy of -3 / +2 seconds per day. Added to this, of course, is the top-quality aesthetics - bridges adorned with Geneva stripes and polished edges.
Both Calatrava Ref.6119 are paired with shiny alligator straps with gold buckles. The watch was priced at 25,800 euros.
Patek Philippe Calatrava "Clous de Paris"
Manufacturer: Patek Philippe
Model: Calatrava "Clous de Paris"
Ref: 6119R-001, 6119G-001
Mechanism: manual winding
Caliber: 30-255 PS
Power reserve: 65 hours
Dial: silver, grey
Case Material: pink gold, white gold
Width: 8.08 mm
Water resistance: 30m
Strap: alligator leather