Watch Spotting: Ed Sheeran Sporting The Patek Philippe 5524G Calatrava Pilot In British GQ (And It's Tiffany Signed??)
The Patek Philippe reference 5524G Calatrava Pilot.
Based on two of Patek’s mid 1930s hour-point watches, the 42mm white gold Patek Philippe 5524G Pilot watch made a significant sprinkle when it was dispatched. With its abnormal finished blue dial and curiously large SuperLuminova Arabic numerals with white gold encompasses, this was one of the more easygoing watches from Patek Philippe, indeed, ever. It includes a utilitarian Patek Philippe type CH 324 S C FUS, which is a movement time development with customizable GMT-Hand and Spiromax spring. The 5524G was a major push for Patek Philippe – expecting to pull in more youthful purchasers to the conventional traditionalist brand. The watch got blended surveys from perusers and purchasers the same; you can peruse more feelings on this watch in our Letters to the Editor .
Ed Sheeran in British GQ with his Patek Philippe Reference 5524G Calatrava Pilot Watch. (Photograph: Courtesy British GQ)
But basic survey aside, the 5524G remaining parts one of the most sizzling sub $100,000 watches on the planet and it is close to difficult to buy from an approved seller. The story here is that Sheeran has one, and his seems to try and be Tiffany-signed!
As a large number of you have seen, Sheeran is an energetic gatherer for certain fabulous pieces in his possession. Some striking spots incorporate a Patek Philippe Nautilus Annual Calendar reference 5726A, Rolex Paul Newman reference 6239 , Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore “Well of lava,” and Richard Mille RM030 . It is cool to see the Patek Pilot’s watch in the wild and on the front of such a standard distribution, and on the wrist of a particularly genuine watch fellow. Cool, in fact.
The Patek Philippe reference 5524G Calatrava Pilot retails for $47,300. You can peruse more about Ed Sheeran in British GQ on the web .