Nautilus White Dial "Tiffany & Co."
Nautilus White Dial "Tiffany & Co."

Nautilus White Dial "Tiffany & Co."

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Released in 2012 as a nod to the albino Nautilus of old and discontinued in early 2020, the 'Piano dial' stainless steel Patek Philippe Nautilus ref. 5711 has undergone a rather impressive transformation from perhaps the most overlooked Nautilus variant to one of the most desirable. Featuring the Nautilus' signature rounded octagonal bezel, integrated bracelet, and wonderfully unique 40mm porthole-inspired case, the 'Piano dial' Nautilus is immediately recognisable for its black hour markers and hands that stand proudly against its white backdrop like the keys on a piano. Of course, the variant we have here is no ordinary Nautilus ref. 5711, it is indeed a co-signed example bearing the mark of famed American jeweller and Patek Philippe retailer Tiffany & Co. Designated for only true VVIPs, the co-signed Nautilus is easily the most desirable and hard-to-find variant on the market today, with its exclusivity ensuring it remains a collector favourite, and the 'Piano dial' variant that we have here is no different.

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