Beyond Steel: Unveiling the Top 3 Allure Points of the Patek Philippe Nautilus Tiffany Blue Watch

Beyond Steel: Unveiling the Top 3 Allure Points of the Patek Philippe Nautilus Tiffany Blue Watch

Blog: March 07, 2024

Although the Patek 5711 was discontinued in 2022, ending its impressive run that started in 2006, its legacy continues through its exceptional design and craftsmanship. For those who missed out but still desire this iconic piece for their collection, Raphaels offers the exclusive limited-edition Patek Philippe Nautilus Tiffany Blue 5711.

This special edition was created by Patek Philippe in collaboration with its long-standing retail partner, Tiffany & Co., to celebrate 170 years of partnership. It was made available only at Tiffany & Co. boutiques located in Beverly Hills, New York, and San Francisco. While it retains the classic stainless steel construction of the original Patek 5711, the Tiffany Blue 5711 stands out with unique features that make it an essential acquisition for collectors. Let's highlight the top three reasons why this watch is a valuable addition to any collection:

  1. The distinctive dial

One of the most noticeable features of the Patek Philippe Nautilus Tiffany Blue is its remarkable color. It resembles the 5711/1A in many ways, including the steel features and design, except that it has the Tiffany Blue dial. In addition, there is the Tiffany stamp to indicate its connection with Patek’s retail partner.

Apart from bearing the Tiffany & Co. logo, the iconic blue dial features luminescent markers and hands. This Nautilus timepiece has automatic movement, a 40mm case, and is water resistant for up to 120 meters.

  1. Only 170 pieces made

Patek made only 170 pieces of this limited edition watch, making each piece extra special and valuable. Why 170? It's a tribute to the 170th anniversary of Tiffany & Co. and Patek Philippe’s partnership from 1851 to 2021.

  1. It’s a special watch

Being a limited edition, Patek Philippe Nautilus Tiffany Blue has a higher price point than the standard 5711 due to the additional work involved in making a small series.

Are you interested in this watch? Contact us here at Raphaels to get it brand new with the original box and papers.