Patek Philippe Ladies' Nautilus Ref. 7118/1200A-010, with a 35.2mm steel case, steel bezel set with 56 diamonds (0.67ct), silvery opaline dial, white gold applied indices and Arabic numeral for 12 o'clock with luminescent coating, date indicator at 6 o'clock. Sapphire crystal and see through case back. Automatic movement calibre 324 S C. Steel bracelet with Nautilus hidden fold-over clasp.
Brand-new. With original box and papers.
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Master watchmaker Patek Philippe is worldwide renowned for taking details and complications one step further. For almost 200 years the haute horlogerie industry has followed the lead of this Geneva manufacturer as it has set the standards for technology and innovation in every new production. One of its masterpieces, the Nautilus, is nowadays the most coveted model among collectors and luxury enthusiasts. Its unmistakable rounded octagonal bezel inspired in the vessel's porthole windows and the handcrafted finishes (the "Savoir-Faire) make this model a synonymous of exclusiveness. While the history of the Nautilus goes back to 1976 when it shook the world as the first sports wristwatch able to contain almost impossible complications in its small case and with ultra elegant aesthetics, every new production of the Patek Philippe Nautilus keeps engraving its name in the world of fine watchmaking.
In response to a growing segment of women in search of sporty watches traditionally oriented to the men's market, Patek Philippe created the Ladies' Nautilus model with a discrete but respectable case size of 35.2mm and added a special wave decoration in its unmistakable dial to provide a feminine and ultra-elegant touch. For its dimensions and its unique bracelet, this master piece is the most confortable and versatile watch ever designed. Reserved for women who know how to take style and elegance to the next level, this Patek Philippe Ladies' Nautilus with Diamond-set Bezel in Steel is a fair reflection of the modern and refined character of today's women. Who said sporty is only men's business?