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Patek Philippe Electronic Time Switch, St4
By Patek Philippe
Located in New Orleans, LA
This rare and unique electronic time switch, model ST4, is part of Patek Philippe's Electronic Master Clock System and displays the hours, minutes, seconds and 1/100th of a second. T...
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20th Century Swiss Industrial More Clocks

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Steel

  • Patek Philippe Electronic Time Switch, St4
  • Patek Philippe Electronic Time Switch, St4
  • Patek Philippe Electronic Time Switch, St4
  • Patek Philippe Electronic Time Switch, St4
H 16.75 in. W 19.88 in. D 15.75 in.
Patek Philippe Electronic Master Clock Prototype
By Patek Philippe
Located in New Orleans, LA
This rare prototype version of the QM3, model RK quartz electronic master clock by the renowned Patek Philippe has the ability to control numerous auxiliary or "slave" clocks on the ...
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20th Century Swiss Industrial More Clocks

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Quartz

  • Patek Philippe Electronic Master Clock Prototype
  • Patek Philippe Electronic Master Clock Prototype
  • Patek Philippe Electronic Master Clock Prototype
  • Patek Philippe Electronic Master Clock Prototype
H 5.5 in. W 16.75 in. D 9.25 in.
Patek Philippe Electronic World Time Tower Clock
By Patek Philippe
Located in New Orleans, LA
The largest and oldest of its kind ever made, this remarkable and rare 22-module time tower was created by Patek Philippe of Geneva. Part of the highly regarded and technologically a...
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20th Century Swiss Industrial More Clocks

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Metal, Steel

  • Patek Philippe Electronic World Time Tower Clock
  • Patek Philippe Electronic World Time Tower Clock
  • Patek Philippe Electronic World Time Tower Clock
  • Patek Philippe Electronic World Time Tower Clock
H 57.75 in. W 33.5 in. D 11.75 in.
Patek Philippe Electronic Time Tower Clock, Model T3
By Patek Philippe
Located in New Orleans, LA
This rare 3-module, model T3 electronic time tower clock was created by the legendary Patek Philippe of Geneva. Part of the highly regarded and technologically advanced Patek Philipp...
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Late 20th Century Swiss Industrial More Clocks

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Steel

  • Patek Philippe Electronic Time Tower Clock, Model T3
  • Patek Philippe Electronic Time Tower Clock, Model T3
  • Patek Philippe Electronic Time Tower Clock, Model T3
  • Patek Philippe Electronic Time Tower Clock, Model T3
H 23.75 in. W 21.75 in. D 19.75 in.
Patek Philippe Electronic Master Clock and Digital Display
By Patek Philippe
Located in New Orleans, LA
From the leaders in precision timekeeping, this exceptional Patek Philippe "Chronorquartz" model FBCZK master clock features a master clock and a digital display auxiliary, or "slave...
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20th Century Swiss Scientific Instruments

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Steel

Patek Philippe Chronotome Electronic Clock
By Patek Philippe
Located in New Orleans, LA
This rare, one-of-a-kind quartz-controlled electronic chronotome clock was crafted by the renowned Patek Philippe of Geneva as part of the firm's Electronic Clock System. Every Patek...
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20th Century Swiss Industrial More Clocks

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Crystal, Quartz, Metal

  • Patek Philippe Chronotome Electronic Clock
  • Patek Philippe Chronotome Electronic Clock
  • Patek Philippe Chronotome Electronic Clock
  • Patek Philippe Chronotome Electronic Clock
H 15.75 in. W 21.75 in. D 25.63 in.
Patek Philippe Chronoquartz Electronic Wall Clock
By Patek Philippe
Located in New Orleans, LA
From the leaders in precision timekeeping, this exceptional Patek Philippe "Chronorquartz" model Ebck master clock features a large time face with a pair of auxiliary, or "slave" clo...
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20th Century Swiss Industrial Wall Clocks

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Quartz

  • Patek Philippe Chronoquartz Electronic Wall Clock
  • Patek Philippe Chronoquartz Electronic Wall Clock
  • Patek Philippe Chronoquartz Electronic Wall Clock
  • Patek Philippe Chronoquartz Electronic Wall Clock
H 17.75 in. W 10.38 in. D 6.25 in.
Electronic Clock with Aerial by Patek Philippe
By Patek Philippe
Located in New Orleans, LA
This exceptionally rare early electronic clock and aerial is part of the Electronic Master Clock System by Patek Philippe of Geneva. Remarkably sophisticated and technologically adva...
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Late 20th Century Swiss Industrial More Clocks

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Metal

Patek Philippe T3 AKW Electronic Time Tower
By Patek Philippe
Located in New Orleans, LA
This incredibly rare and important Patek Philippe T3 AKW model electronic time tower was used in the nuclear power plant of Gundremmingen (Bavaria). Comprising 6 units and dials to i...
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Late 20th Century Swiss Industrial More Clocks

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Metal, Steel

  • Patek Philippe T3 AKW Electronic Time Tower
  • Patek Philippe T3 AKW Electronic Time Tower
  • Patek Philippe T3 AKW Electronic Time Tower
  • Patek Philippe T3 AKW Electronic Time Tower
H 49.88 in. W 21.75 in. D 23.75 in.
Patek Philippe Electronic MI Master Clock
By Patek Philippe
Located in New Orleans, LA
Originally made for Dutch National Railways, this incredibly rare Patek Philippe electronic clock system represents the cutting edge in horological technology. The unique system feat...
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20th Century Swiss Industrial More Clocks

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Metal

  • Patek Philippe Electronic MI Master Clock
  • Patek Philippe Electronic MI Master Clock
  • Patek Philippe Electronic MI Master Clock
  • Patek Philippe Electronic MI Master Clock
H 26.5 in. W 16.75 in. D 8.5 in.

Patek Philippe Electronic For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal patek philippe electronic for your home. Frequently made of metal, steel and quartz, every patek philippe electronic was constructed with great care. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect patek philippe electronic — we have versions that date back to the 20th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. Each patek philippe electronic bearing Industrial hallmarks is very popular.

How Much is a Patek Philippe Electronic?

A patek philippe electronic can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $24,500, while the lowest priced sells for $7,850 and the highest can go for as much as $375,000.

Patek Philippe Biography and Important Works

It shouldn’t be surprising that a Patek Philippe holds the world auction record for a watch ($31.2 million for a Patek Grandmaster Chime, sold at Christie’s Geneva last November, in case anyone’s wondering). Known for impeccable craftsmanship and some of the most complicated timepieces ever created, the brand is considered by many to be the height of fine watchmaking. The house was founded in Geneva in 1839 by Polish expats Antoni Patek and Franciszek Czapek. Czapek left the firm, and in 1845, Patek partnered with French watchmaker Jean Adrien Philippe. It was the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Catering to the glitterati of Europe, the pair counted among their clients Tolstoy, Pope Pius IX and Queen Victoria, as well as Countess Koscowicz of Hungary, for whom they created the first Swiss-made wristwatch in 1868. They also had their eye on the American market and in 1851 entered an arrangement with Tiffany & Co. still in effect today.

During the Great Depression, brothers Jean and Charles Stern, who had previously supplied Patek Philippe with watch dials, bought the company, and it continues to be run by the Stern family today.

Under the Sterns, the house has developed some of its most famous models, including the Calatrava, an elegantly minimal dress watch introduced in 1932 and named for the Calatrava Cross (the company’s logo since 1887), and the Nautilus, the brand’s first sports watch, conceived by legendary designer Gérald Genta in 1976.

Despite the house’s longevity, it’s rumored that it has manufactured fewer than a million Patek watches, making each one all the more coveted.

A Close Look at Industrial Furniture

It’s a look that celebrates the past even as it suggests vigor, productivity and brawn. The newly chic industrial style of decor repurposes the simple, sturdy furnishings of an earlier world of commerce — brushed-metal storage cabinets and display shelves, task lamps and pendant lights with enameled shades, worktables with worn wooden tops and cast-iron bases — and couples them with aesthetic touches emblematic of energy and optimism, from bright upholstery fabrics to flowers.

     The rise in prominence of the industrial style has come hand-in-hand with the residential repurposing of former manufacturing and warehouse districts throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. In many loft apartments created in shuttered factories, the architectural envelope has been left intact. The interiors feature elements like raw brick walls, exposed steel beams and oak floors whose history is written in every pit and gouge. Patina is the keynote to a decor in sync with such surroundings. On these pages you will find designs that wear their age beautifully — and were built to last.

Finding the Right Clocks for You

A sophisticated clock design, whether it’s a wall clock, desk clock, mantel clock or other variation, is a decorative object to be admired in your home as much as it is a necessary functional element. This is part of the reason clocks make such superb collectibles. Given the versatility of these treasured fixtures — they’ve long been made in a range of shapes, sizes and styles — a clock can prove integral to your own particular interior decor.

Antique and vintage clocks can whisk us back to the 18th and 19th centuries. When most people think of antique clocks, they imagine an Art Deco Bakelite tabletop or wall clock, named for the revolutionary synthetic plastic, Bakelite, of which they’re made, or a stately antique grandfather clock. But the art of clock-making goes way back, transcending continents and encompassing an entire range of design styles and technologies. In short, there are many kinds of clocks depending on your needs.

A variety of wall clocks can be found on 1stDibs. A large antique hand-carved walnut wall clock is best suited to a big room and a flat background given what will likely be outwardly sculptural features, while Georgian grandfather clocks, or longcase clocks, will help welcome rainswept guests into your entryway or foyer. An interactive cuckoo clock, large or small, is guaranteed to bring outsize personality to your living room or dining room. For conversation pieces of a similar breed, mid-century modern enthusiasts go for the curious Ball clock, the first of more than 150 clock models conceived in the studio of legendary architect and designer George Nelson

Minimalist contemporary clocks and books pair nicely on a shelf, but an eye-catching vintage mantel clock can add balance to your home library while drawing attention to your art and design books and other decorative objects. Ormolu clocks dating from the Louis XVI period, designed in the neoclassical style, are often profusely ornate, featuring architectural flourishes and rich naturalistic details. Rococo-style mantel clocks of Meissen porcelain or porcelain originating from manufacturers in cities such as Limoges, France, during the 18th and 19th centuries, exude an air of imperial elegance on your shelves or side tables and can help give your desk a 19th-century upgrade.

On 1stDibs, find a range of extraordinary antique, new and vintage clocks today.