Patek Philippe Diamond Dial Lady’s Cheap Replica Leather Strap Watches UK

It’s not every day we see new gemsetting techniques in luxury watches, but this latest from Patek Philippe cheap replica watch UK is certainly worthy of note, with its new Flamme setting technique for diamonds. The venue for this new technique is the Patek Philippe Calatrava 7200/200R, the diamond-set version of the ladies’ watch introduced in 2013 with the Caliber 240. The classic Calatrava, with its rounded officer’s style case and signature straight lugs with screwed strap bars, is a simple, classic design, serving as a canvas for the striking light show created by the Flamme-set diamonds.


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The most popular ring setting for diamonds is the Tiffany-style prong, and the most prized cut is the ideal-cut round brilliant. There is a very good reason for these two preferences: light return. What gives diamonds their brilliance is the maximum reflection of light reflecting off a diamond’s inner facets and out through the table (top). This is best achieved with a perfectly symmetrical round brilliant cut, consisting of 52 facets that are mathematically calculated to reflect as much light as possible through the top and sides of the diamond. In order to reflect the most light, the diamond must first absorb the most light possible. The Tiffany prong setting holds the diamond in claws high above the shank, so that the base or pavilion is exposed, allowing light to enter and then reflect upwards through the table – the result is called “light return.”


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The problem with setting diamonds dial fake Patek Philippe watches into watches is that they are set into the metal, restricting light from entering the pavilion. This is partly compensated for by the watch industry’s convention of using Top Wesselton diamonds, a term that signifies the highest color grade possible, but also tends to encompass high clarity and cut values. Essentially, it means top diamonds. Top Wesseltons go a long way to making up for the decrease in light return caused by the covered pavilion, but it was only a matter of time before some enterprising and determined watch company, with in-house gemologists and a top-notch setting department, devised a method of putting diamonds into watches in a way that exposes the pavilions to light. Not surprisingly, it is Patek Philippe who has cracked the code.
The trick to the company’s new Flamme setting – a term Patek Philippe lady’s copy watch has registered for the watch industry – is to expose part of the pavilion of each diamond. On the bezel, the gemsetter sets two rows of diamonds into the metal as usual, but then takes a sharp burin and splits the gold between each diamond, exposing part of the pavilion and allowing light to pass through. Not only does the technique release more brilliance, but the grooves created by the burin form a lace-like engraving pattern around the diamonds that adds even more sparkle. Altogether, 142 diamonds totaling 1.08 carats are Flamme-set into the bezel of the Patek Philippe Calatrava 7200/200R watch in two staggered rows, arranged in descending order of size.

Patek Philippe Nautilus 40th Anniversary 5976/1G Series Replica Watches UK

In 2016, the Patek Philippe Nautilus series replica watches UK collection turns 40 years old, and a lot of the brand’s fans have been wondering what the important luxury Swiss watchmaker would come up with to mark the occasion. Today, we know the answer to that, and it is very large, gold, fitted with diamonds, and surprisingly not costing more than $100,000. For those who appreciate Patek Philippe for its mostly conservative sizes and understated design… you might want to wait for another anniversary. This limited edition item is a watch which is all about celebrating luxury watches of the modern era – and that means lavish appointments, large sizes, sporty looks, and unapologetic ostentation. So, without any more delay, here is the highly anticipated Patek Philippe Nautilus 40th Anniversary 5976/1G.


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You have read that right in the title, the Patek Philippe Nautilus 40th Anniversary 5976/1G fake watches UK will come in a massive, 49.25-millimeter-wide, 18-karat white gold case – and it will be limited to 1,300 pieces. 50 millimeters wide, no matter how you look at it, is large not just for a Patek Philippe watch, but any modern luxury watch. Things do look a bit different when considering the 10-to-4 o’clock diagonal measurement of the case which is a more reasonable 44 millimeters, while lug-to-lug the 5976/1G measures in at 49.60 millimeters. That’s the kind of lug-to-lug size that most 42 millimeter-wide round watches have, so wearability should be sort of OK – but the wrist-presence will still be more than substantial (and incomparable to most other Patek watches).

Sure, the Nautilus name and the nickname “Jumbo” do go hand in hand ever since the mid-1970s, but at near 50 millimeters in diameter, the new Patek Philippe Nautilus 40th Anniversary 5976/1G takes it to the next level. In other words, when Patek Philippe originally debuted the Nautilus with reference 3700/1A in 1976, its 42mm size quickly earned it its “Jumbo” nickname – because at the time that was huge for a watch.
Its purpose was a thematic follow-up to the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak (from 1972) which started the era of the luxury steel sports watch. Both the famed Royal Oak and the Nautilus were designed by the late iconic watch designer Gerald Genta. Yes, we know this watch is not in steel, but it sure doesn’t have to be given what Patek Philippe is trying to do with it.