Be sure to visit Geneva!! As the acme of perfection! It's all art. It is no longer measured by price. Any small object can be designed as a clock. The craft is exquisite and the gear is precise. No wonder it takes ten years to train a watchmaker. Just one workbench is great. Not to mention the special and unique ornaments, the small organs of birdcages and folding fans. Well, it's too clever. Every time I think about it, I feel terrific. Life must have a Patek Philippe. But you haven't really owned...
Switzerland is the capital of famous tables. Most of the top ten tables are produced here. Patek Philippe is top of the list. A limited edition can sell for millions! The museum was originally a studio for gemstone cutters and jewelry craftsmen. There are demonstrations in the museum, many of which can be done under a microscope. The polished small screw is delicate and smooth. It can be regarded as a work of art! I have been curious about how Swiss watchmaking technology can be so good, you can see that their professional skills and craftsmanship support the whole Swiss watchmaking industry, it is really their pillar industry! _________
The collection is very exquisite, there are all kinds of Baida Feili exhibitions, there are many private collection of antique clocks and watches, there are good introduction can be understood, there are good interaction, the principle of the production of clocks and watches is also in-depth shallow, very good place, it is worth going.
An absolute must if you're visiting Geneva, most known for its legendary watchmaking! For a modest 10 Swiss francs (equivalent of $10), you can stroll through 3 floors of horology and enameling, dating from the 16th century up until the 20th century. See watches of kings and queens, encrusted with precious gems and of unimaginable value. Pictures are not allowed, and even more so, all belongings must be places in a locker. Also, check the schedule prior to visiting, most days it's open between 2-6 pm, no morning schedule. If you're passionate about history and watchmaking, plan to spend a good few hours here!!!
If you are a watch enthusiast, then surely the patek philippe museum wont let you down. This palace of the art of TAB was a gemstone cutting and jewelry craftsmen studio, now collection of antique table, and have a film about the history of patek philippe brand, can let you understand its history and exquisite craft. In 2001, Philip, stearns (Philippe Stern) out of the infinite enthusiasm for watches, establish the patek Philippe museum. The museum is located in Plainpalais district, situated in a thorough repair and full of art deco building. Four floors of the museum collection with five hundred years of various tabulation masterpiece, important collection mainly divided into two series: since the 16th century classic special various antique clocks and watches, including the meter when the worlds first clocks and watches; Since founded in 1839 and patek philippe clock works, including design extremely complex Caliber 89, showed a clear and honest true craftsmanship.
Switzerland is famous for watches. And at this museum you get to see some of the most exquisite creations of the brand's master watchmakers and also learn about the history of the brand Patek Phillipe. Ok so now I understand why good quality watches are so expensive! So much work to go behind making one!
Watches are Swiss characteristics. Patek Philippe is also the top brand in watch industry. There is a private museum in Geneva. It's worth visiting. It just feels expensive. After visiting, it will make people feel that it's expensive. Every watch is worth a lot of money and its workmanship is absolutely excellent. Watchmakers'technology is really good. After visiting, they won't feel like it. The value of a small watch is much more than the price on the price tag. ~Handicraft is really amazing.~