Later, guests were invited to watch the commemorative timepieces. Details of special arrangements are that the guests were introduced to the four commemorative watch series by the designers and watchmakers personally who created, and are familiar with every aspect of them. Meanwhile, guests line up and wait for the “3D immersive viewing” to see the outstanding fine watch movement of the watch. By this way, the movement was presented from every aspect through high-tech projection technology, and literally “attracted” the audience to the depths of the movement.
Also located in the Replica Patek Philippe Workshop, the 18th century “White Castle” of considerable historic importance also played some role in this event. A wonderful exhibition was held on the highest floor of the castle, showing some of the unique “Rare Technology” Patek Philippe 175 anniversary series to satisfy the audience. These masterpieces are the pinnacle representation of some crafts nearly extinct, including sculpture, enamel art (Micro-painted enamel, filigree enamel, inner-filled enamel, transparent enamel, hollow enamel, pure gray painting), carving pattern, fine decorative wood inlay and fine jewelry craft. It is because of the attention and investment Patek Philippe has put to these craftsmanships that these skills can be retained and revive nowadays.