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Patek's exhibition for the masses

The watchmaker pays homage to London with an event that offers an insight into the watchmaker's 175-year history as well as its heritage.

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Patek Philippe Watch Art Grand Exhibition London 2015, a 12-day event stretching over two weekends from May 27 to June 7, is to showcase Patek Philippe's arts and watchmaking generally to a far wider public
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Patek Philippe Watch Art Grand Exhibition London 2015, a 12-day event stretching over two weekends from May 27 to June 7, is to showcase Patek Philippe's arts and watchmaking generally to a far wider public
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The unique Patek timepiece, Ref 4975/1G, is said be Queen Elizabeth's daily watch.

W HEN Patek Philippe wanted to invite Londoners to its exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in June, it put out the notice on cabs, in bus shelters, florist stalls and Time Out - the free magazine you see littering the streets of London. These are where you normally don't see the brand's name,