Patek Philippe 3711G

Released to the public by Patek Philippe in 1976, the Nautilus has since become a classic for watch collectors. Inspired by the portholes of ships, the watch was designed by Gerald Genta, also the mind behind the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. Originally intended to be a luxury steel sports watch, many customers of the brand wanted precious metal variants of the watch. In the 3700 series, all metals but rose gold were made. Upon the end of the 3700 and 3710 references, Patek reintroduced the Nautilus jumbo into production for a very short amount of time (2004-2006) and only under in white gold. Feautures that set the 3711 apart from its predecessor and successor are the ulta thin white gold links, and its black ribbed dial. These elements really give the watch a very special look and feel that only true connoisseurs will be able to distinguish. Accompanied by its Original Box and Papers.