Friday, June 5, 2015

The Watch Art Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition London Attracts Thousands of Visitors

The Watch Art Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition London has been extremely well received so far. The event which has been open to the public since Wednesday 27th May has attracted well over 25,000 people in only 7 days. The general public is fascinated by the world of Patek Philippe and is delighted to completely immerse themselves in the world of the last independent Swiss watch manufacture and to have the opportunity to learn about the craftsmanship and artisanship which goes into producing the timepieces which have been created by the company over so many years.

Visitors have access to over 400 exceptional timepieces distributed throughout more than twenty-one themed areas. Amongst all the areas, the Royal Room is a very popular one. People can see more than 15 Royal timepieces from the Patek Philippe Museum collection and also the Ref. 4975/1G which belongs to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

The interactive room is also another popular space which has attracted many young people, they are spending a considerable amount of time in this space interacting with the watchmakers whilst they demonstrate their unique skills. Another must see is the Rare Handcrafts Artisan room where visitors can see professional gem setters, engravers, enamellers and engine turning experts at work.

The exhibition is open to the public, free admission from 9:00 to 19:00 Thursday and Friday, Saturday 9:00 until 20:00 and 9:00 to 16:00 on Sunday. No bookings or tickets required.

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