Patek Philippe Officer's Automatic

Patek Philippe Officer's Automatic

Why We Love It

Patek Philippe is one of the few brands that knows how to execute simple perfection. 

Over the years, their dress-line Calatrava has evolved, but the look remains unmistakable and iconic, and its rich history provides enthusiasts in all facets of watches with a variety of choices in metals, sizes, and tiny details to obsess over.

Although not part of the Calatrava line, this Reference 5053G is a close relative with its precious metal case, traditional size, and simple configuration. It is finished in 18k white gold and features a cream toned dial with painted Breguet indices, Breguet handset, and one of our favorite party pieces.... a hinged caseback, revealing Patek's calibre 315SC automatic movement ticking away inside. 

This watch epitomizes what Patek Philippe is most known for - understated elegance and delicate finishing. This lovely watch remains in outstanding condition throughout and is accompanied by an Extract Of The Archives from Patek Philippe confirming production and sale in 2001.

This watch has it all - versatility, pedigree, wearability, refinement, and an understated appeal.

This is what Patek Philippe does better than anyone.

The Story

Patek Philippe.

Founded in 1839, Patek Philippe is one of the oldest watch manufacturers in the world with an uninterrupted watchmaking history. Few luxury brands in the world carry the gravitas of their name, and for good reason.  The firm's commitment to excellence in horological manufacture is unflinching, and their track record of innovation in design without peer.  They continue to lead the industry, and even their fiercest competitors have nothing but the utmost respect for the company.

Owning a Patek Philippe is for many the ultimate goal of timepiece collecting, and for a certain type, the only timepieces they collect. Whichever way you look at it, there is no questioning the elegance of design, superlative manufacture of their cases and movements, or the sheer elegance and emotion that comes from owning one.


Of course for a brand that is steeped in heritage, we are told ‘You never actually own a Patek Philippe…”


SKU: AS04007

18k White gold case is approximately 36mm (excluding the crown). Patek Philippe Calibre 315SC automatic-winding movement. Patek Philippe Reference 5053G. Circa 2001.

Overall Condition: The case is in great condition overall showing light wear consistent with age and use. Non-luminous cream dial is in excellent condition with painted 'Breguet' numerals and matching Breguet handset. Onion crown.

Includes unsigned leather strap with 18k white gold signed pin buckle. Also includes Extract From The Archives of Patek Philippe confirming original sale in 2001.

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