For more than 175 years without interruption, Patek Philippe has been perpetuating the tradition of Genevan watchmaking. Thanks to its exceptional know-how, Patek Philippe maintains a tradition of innovation hailed by an impressive repertoire of more than 100 patents.
In celebration of SG50, Patek Philippe created and donated three commemorative hand-enamelled dome table clocks to the National Heritage Board (NHB). The designs of these 3 unique rare handcrafts were inspired by aspects of our local heritage -- the William Farquhar collection of Natural History Drawings in the National Museum of Singapore (NMS), the Peranakan culture and the iconic facade of the Esplanade amidst a backdrop of fireworks which captures quintessential aspects of Singapore culture. In addition, Patek Philippe hosted a gala dinner, during which the three clocks were auctioned, fetching record bids. Full proceeds of the auction were generously donated to various divisions of NHB.
With a farsighted vision to preserve local heritage for future generations to appreciate, Patek Philippe’s contribution has helped to further raise awareness of Singapore’s heritage and culture through this unique tribute to Singapore.
Patek Philippe’s creations of 3 unique dome table clocks that was auctioned to raise funds for various heritage causes.