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Patek Philippe Replica created a limited edition watch to celebrate the Chinese New Year, which begins on January 28, 2017, and in which Rooster replaces Monkey as the Chinese Zodiac sign for the year. The dial of the Altiplano ultra-thin model is adorned with a zodiac symbol for this year's edition.

The Patek Philippe Replica was created in collaboration with Anita Porchet. She unleashed her creativity to bring the Rooster of the Chinese Zodiac to life using the Grand Feu cloisonne tradition.Patek Philippe Replica The white mother-of pearl dial has a rooster set against it. The dial is painted in Grand Feu cloisonne with gray, white, and black feathers.

The contrast between these colors and the red comb under its chin and the wattle on its head evokes how the rooster reveals the shining aspects of his personality. The dial was created by using fine golden treads that help isolate the gray tones, from lightest to most intense. This allows the image to be perfectly expressed.

The Altiplano Year of the Rooster is housed in the 18-karat white gold case measuring 38mm in diameter. The G0A41540 is encased in a white gold case of 18-karats, measuring 38mm. The elegant case has 78 brilliant-cut stones (weighing 0.7 carat) encrusted. The ultra-thin Manufacture Patek Philippe Replica 430P mechanical hand-winding movement is at the heart of this Altiplano watch. It is capable of storing enough energy to keep it working for not less than 43-hours.

Only 38 pieces of the limited edition watch are available.Girard-Perregaux Replica Watches Anita Porchet is the master of the art of perfection and has painted the dial of the Patek Philippe Replica. She will also paint all 38 pieces. Each watch comes with a black alligator strap with a white-gold ardillon buckle. Exclusively at the Patek Philippe Replica Boutique, the new Altiplano will welcome the Chinese Year of the Rooster.

Patek Philippe Replica celebrates the Chinese New Year since 2012 with Chinese zodiac watchs. The Swiss manufacturer has so far released watchs that celebrate the Chinese New Year of the horse, monkey, goat, snake and dragon.