Patek Philippe produced what I call the
astrologer's watch. What do you think?
Do you think it's good enough for an
"Introduction of the new Yellow Gold version. The night sky of the northern hemisphere rotates counterclockwise on its dial, showing the angular progression of the stars relative to the meridian passage of Sirius. At the same time, the display shows the meridian passage and phases of the moon. Two hands from the center show the hours and minutes of mean solar time on a dial with Roman numerals. The Patek Philippe Ref. 5102 Celestial embodies a function which is highly unusual for a wristwatch."
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