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Learn more about watchmaking at the Patek Philippe Watch Art Grand Exhibition Singapore

By Kenny Yeo - on 27 Sep 2019, 8:49am

Learn more about watchmaking at the Patek Philippe Watch Art Grand Exhibition Singapore

The Patek Philippe Watch Art Grand Exhibition starts tomorrow (28 September) at Marina Bay Sands and will run until 13 October.

The Grand Exhibition is a bi-annual affair and Singapore is only the fifth Grand Exhibition that Patek Philippe is hosting. The first was in Dubai in 2012, followed by Munich, London, and then New York City.

The exhibition is a celebration and showcase of horology and watchmaking. There will be 10 themed rooms featuring an expansive collection of watches that span the history of watchmaking as well as the brand's own.

It goes without saying that the exhibition goers will be able to see some very special pieces, including the first-ever perpetual calendar watch, supercomplications such as the Caliber 89 — only Patek Philippe's most complicated movement ever with a whopping 33 complications — and Star Caliber 2000, and many more.

The Patek Philippe Star Caliber 2000 (Image source: Patek Philippe)

There will also be watchmakers on hand to demonstrate what goes into making watches, especially a Patek Philippe watch.

There will also be special Family Days taking place on 6 and 13 October. Special activities will be hosted to provide extra opportunities for children to learn more about watchmaking. For example, there will be a Watch Tattoo station, a colouring station, and a photo booth where the entire family can dress up as watchmakers.

Best of all, the exhibition is free and open to everyone. All you need to do is to head to Patek.com to register and get your free tickets.

Head over here for more information.

The Patek Philippe Watch Art Grand Exhibition is at Marina Bay Sands and will run from 28 September to 13 October.

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