Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon Watch is one of the most famous Patek Philippe watch.So why does everyone want a piece of the Sky Moon Tourbillon? Well aside from it being a very complex Patek Philippe watch, it is also very pretty, and have two faces. One of the rare doubles sided watches that can actually pull the look off.Related Replica Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon.
The platinum Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon is reference 5002P, while the yellow gold Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon is 5002J. The case is 42.8mm wide and pretty thick. The front of the watch (I guess that is relative) has the time, perpetual calendar with retrograde date, and moonphase. The tourbillon is hidden in the movement just like Patek Philippe likes it. There is also a minute repeater function that is activated on the side of the case.
The other side of the case has some interesting indicators. It has the sidereal time, normal time, sky chart, and the phase and orbit of the moon. Most of these indications aren’t useful to most people, but the dial is awesome to look at in the deep blue and gold used for the stars. The movement powering all this is the in-house Patek Philippe Caliber R TO 27 QR SID LU CL.
Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon 6002G,unlike the 5002, indicates the moon phases instead of the moon age, and features apertures instead of hands for the day of the week, month, and leap year displays.The case of the Ref. 6002 is a superb oeuvre carved from the massive white-gold blank entirely by hand. The eloquent ornaments, arabesque garlands, and gently curved elements of the Calatrava cross are produced with chip removal techniques using sharp burins that not only incise the precious metal but actually “lift” the decorations out of the gold surface. The front dial of the Ref. 6002 is a work of art in its own right.
The dial is crafted from a thin disk in gold that is milled out until the crisp railway track scale, the surrounds of the dial center, calendar apertures, and moon-phase display stand out in relief. This is followed by the work of the specialized champlevé enameler who fills the recesses around the relief contours with molten enamel by hand. The center of the dial is decorated with so-called cloisonné enamel. This technique involves shaping the contours of the blossoms and leaves using fine, flattened gold wire that must be affixed to the dial. The result of countless hours of painstaking work is numerous separate cells (cloisons) that are then filled with enamel of different shades of blue.