‘T 150’ Marks Unique Partnership of Tiffany and Patek Philippe

A unique partnership in retailing was celebrated in July by Patek Philippe, one of the world's premiere watchmakers, and by Tiffany & Co., one of the world's leading luxury goods retailers. That business relationship began with a handshake agreement in 1851 between company founders Antoine Norbert de Patek and Charles Lewis Tiffany. Officials of the two firms marked the 150th anniversary of that agreement with a new limited-edition 18k timepiece called "T 150," the first watch made by Patek Philippe for an American retailer. It was created in the company's workshops in Geneva, Switzerland, under the guidance of company president Philippe Stern and his son Thierry Stern. Sales of the T 150 began this fall in Tiffany & Co. stores. The limited-edition watch "celebrates the dedication to excellence that is the foundation of both companies, our partnership, and our mutual success,
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