Founded in 1851, Patek Philippe & Co. champions several disciplines of fine watchmaking, which led to its becoming one of the most coveted watch brands worldwide.
It’s said that fewer than one million Patek Philippe watches have been made since 1839. That’s fewer than some very high-end Swiss manufacturers produce in a year.
Patek Philippe resale value trumps that of all other makers, especially vintage, making it a true wearable investment.
Patek production is so detailed that it takes nine months to make its most basic watches, and more than two years to produce some of the more complicated timepieces. Meanwhile, demand is growing around the world.
Nowadays, many high-quality watches are mass-produced. Vintage watches were often made in very small series with skilled craftsmanship instead of robots.
Exclusive watches, that only a few wearReason Nr. 1
In earlier eras, watches were designed to last forever, including the components. There is no such thing as obsolescence. That is what we consider quality at Zurichberg.
Quality that endures generationsReason Nr. 2
Today, very few watch manufacturers can afford to launch polarising products and therefore produce watches that are aesthetically pleasing to all.
Polarizing and characteristic designsReason Nr. 3
Vintage watches are overall cheaper than new watches. This is because new watches fulfill an essential financial purpose for the producers, whereas vintage watches are financially "depreciated", so to speak.
Value for MoneyCustomer
We believe that in order to move towards a more sustainable future, it is absolutely necessary and logical to develop a sense for the quality of the past and to reuse products instead of producing new ones.
Longevity that feels greatReason Nr. 5
Explore our curated watch collections
We curate our watches based on their aesthetics, history and art-historical context and thus want to offer an alternative to pure brand affinity.