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— After Munich and Dubai, Patek Philippe’s Watch Art Grand Exhibition came to London Fake Rolex UK from 27th May to 7th June.


The third Fake Rolex Watches Art Grand Exhibition organised by Patek Philippe was hosted by the Saatchi Gallery in London, the same location that the Salon QP watch exhibition calls its home, and welcomed some 30,000 visitors. Like the two previous exhibitions it was designed to give a complete overview of the brand, encompassing its origins, traditions and craftsmanship. It also offered a rare opportunity to see the entire current watch collection of Patek Philippe.

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But the Grand Exhibitions also include some elements that are tailored to the host city. In London, two antique pocket watches were on display that had been purchased by Queen Victoria at the Great Exhibition in London in 1851. These pieces, along with others that belonged to royal families around the world (including a Patek Philippe belonging to Queen Elizabeth II that was on loan for the exhibition), were grouped together in a room that had been decorated to resemble the Crystal Palace, where the Great Exhibition was held and where Patek Philippe first presented its new keyless winding system.

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As a delight for Patek Philippe fans, the Geneva-based watchmaker has also produced several limited edition models specifically for the London exhibition, which will be sold at the Patek Philippe Salon at 16 New Bond Street. Three of these models come in understated designs with Arabic numerals and modest sizes of 34.6mm and 38mm. They range from the simple two-hand Ref. 7200 and the Ref. 5153 with three hands and date up to the high complication of the Ref. 5159, which has a perpetual calendar with retrograde date hand, day, month and leap year indications in apertures and a separate moon phase display. Each model is limited to only 80 cheap replica Rolex watches with a special “PATEK PHILIPPE LONDON 2015” inscription.

Two minute-repeater models also bear the inscription: a Ref. 5213 minute-repeater with perpetual calendar and retrograde date, small seconds and moon phase, of which only 10 will be available in white gold with the inscription; and a Ref. 7000 minute-repeater with small seconds in a universal 33.7mm size, of which only three will be made.

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Showcasing the rare handcrafts used by Patek Philippe, an even rarer Calatrava model uses the technique of grisaille enamel, in which successive layers of blanc de Limoges enamel are applied on to a background of black enamel to create a greyscale depiction of London’s iconic monuments.

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Finally, as a continuation of the royal Swiss replica watches theme, Patek Philippe also presented a sumptuous pocket watch with an enamel painting of the Tudor rose.

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— Fado singer Mariza received the 12th Cheap Rolex Replica UK MusicFestivalAward.

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The Dresden Music Festival came to a close June 7, 2015 with a concert by Portuguese Fado singer Mariza, who performed before an enthusiastic audience at the Albertinum. Following the concert this exceptional artist graciously accepted the 12th Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward, presented to her by Dresden Music Festival Director Jan Vogler and Glashütte Original CEO Yann Gamard. As every year, the award trophy was built by hand by two apprentices from the fake Rolex UK watchmaker’s “Alfred Helwig” School of Watchmaking, who joined the artist and presenters on stage for the ceremony.

Mariza receives the 25,000 Euro award in recognition of her paramount contribution to bringing the Fado tradition to an international audience of all generations. “Mariza is the leading Fado singer of our time. In 2011, the Fado tradition was added to the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage. Mariza receives the Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward for her services as an ambassador across Europe for the Fado tradition,” said Jan Vogler, Director of the Dresden Music Festival. Among previous honours given Mariza are her appointment to the position of UNICEF ambassador, as well as to the Portuguese National Order of Knighthood “Ordem do Infante Dom Enrique”, which is among the highest ranking accolades for cultural services in Portugal. She was also awarded the title “Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres” by the French Government. Additionally, she featured in the music film “Fados”, directed by renowned director Carlos Saura, and is the subject of a BBC documentary entitled “Mariza and the History of Fado”.

Yan Vogler, Mariza and Yann Gamard.
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