Patek Philippe Launches A New Nautilus 5711 With Olive-Green Dial

Watches & Wonders: Patek Philippe Launches A New Nautilus 5711 With Olive-Green Dial

With the blue-dialed Nautilus 5711/1A-010 now discontinued, Patek Philippe has unveiled its replacement with a striking verdant dial tone.

By Steven Rogers

Patek Philippe has begun its first-ever Watches & Wonders salon by presenting four new Nautilus references, including the 5711/1A-014, featuring a sunburst dial in olive green, which will replace the blue-dialed 5711/1A-010 during the 5711’s final year of production.

The 5711/1A-014 with Sunburst Olive-Green Dial

At the beginning of 2021, Patek Philippe president Thierry Stern announced that this would be the final production year of the much sought-after Nautilus 5711, with the classic blue-dialed 5711/1A-010 set to be discontinued.

To replace this coveted reference, Patek Philippe has unveiled the 5711/1A-014, still in stainless steel but now with an olive-green sunburst dial. It is the first time the Nautilus collection has included this verdant dial tone.

Price: CHF 29,500

The 5711/1300A-001 with Diamond-Set Bezel

As a complement to the new 5711/1A-014, Patek Philippe has also brought out a diamond-set version, the 5711/1300A-001.

Its bezel is set with a row of 32 flawless Top Wesselton baguette diamonds, totaling approximately 3.6 carats. Rather than being rectangular, each baguette diamond bears a trapezoidal shape and is cut to match the octagonal bezel.

Price: CHF 80,000

The 5990/1R-001 in Rose Gold with Blue Sunburst Dial

The Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph has also been given a refreshed look.

The new 5990/1R-001 features the usual complications – a flyback chronograph, dual time-zone travel time function, and analog date synchronized with local time. But these functions are now displayed on a blue sunburst dial nobly framed by a rose gold case and bezel.

Price: CHF 90,000

The Snow-Set 7118/1450R-001

Completing the set of Nautilus updates is a sparkling, new Haute Joaillerie piece, the 7118/1450R-001. Its gold dial and rose gold case, bezel, and bracelet are randomly snow-set with 2,553 flawless Top Wesselton brilliant-cut diamonds of varying sizes, totaling approximately 12.69 carats.

Price: CHF 310,000

Three New Additions to the Twenty~4 Collection

While the Nautilus novelties will grab the headlines, Patek Philippe has also unveiled three new additions to its Twenty~4 collection of ladies’ watches.

Two of the new releases are round-cased automatics. The 7300/1200A-011 is in stainless steel and features an olive-green sunburst dial (CHF 23,500), while the 7300/1200R-01 is in rose gold, its dial gilded with a rose-gold sunburst (CHF 41,000).

The bezels of both references are embellished with two staggered rows of 160 Top Wesselton Pure diamonds, totaling approximately 0.77 carats, which are hand-set using the “dentelle” gem-setting technique.

And finally, the Twenty~4 cuff-style models with a quartz movement now feature a rose gold version, the 4910/1201R-001, with a chocolate-brown sunburst dial and rectangular case accentuated by two rows of diamonds, each comprising 17 stones, totaling approximately 0.57 carats. The price is CHF 38,000.

For more information, visit Patek Philippe’s website.

(Images © Patek Philippe)

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