NEW YORK — Patek Philippe and Tiffany & Co. are marking their long-standing partnership with a limited-edition watch collection that will be rolled out to stores in December and January.
Tiffany, which turns 175 this year, tapped the 173-year-old Patek to create a 150-piece collection, 100 of which are men’s timepieces, and 50 of which are women’s watches. While the two brands have done business since 1851, this watch collaboration celebrates Patek’s 3,000-square-foot salon that made its debut in Tiffany’s Fifth Avenue New York flagship in 2008.
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