Classic Watches From Patek Philippe


Those of you who have followed my blogs for a long time will know that I am a huge fan of watches, owning a collection of about 15 currently, but none of them are designer or high class. One brand that has always been on my wish list though is Patek Philippe! For those of you who aren’t familiar with the brand, their watches are so intricate and detailed, they are beyond stunning. You can see a photo of the inside/back just above and it amazes me that they put little rubies and other gemstones inside too! It’s the little details and elegance like that that truly make a watch classy and simply beautiful!

I often find myself wandering around the internet when I’m looking for Patek Philippe watches to admire and one of the places that comes up quite often is George Pragnell. You can buy a great selection of Patek Philippe watches from them, if you have the money that is! The brand has been making watches since 1839 and was founded in Geneva, Switzerland. It is a family owned independent watch manufacturer and their watches are made with creative freedom and designed, produced and assembled to be the finest timepieces in the world, as you can see! I would love to know if any of you are lucky enough to own one or if you have one on your wish list too!


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About Lorna

Hi! I’m Lorna, the owner and founder of The Fashion Supernova as well as the main writer. I started this blog back in July 2012 as a place to share all things fashion with you. As you probably know by now, I also have my own personal style and life blog, Raindrops of Sapphire, and I’m the editor of the top online denim blog as well, so blogging is definitely my passion! This site has since grown to accommodate many writers, guests and internships. Thank you for reading The Fashion Supernova and I hope that you enjoy it!


  1. Very cool! I love it when you can see the gears in watches! I actually have a coffee table that this article reminds me about by Dale Mathis. He is an artist that takes gears and makes them into really cool works of art.

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