After the enormous success of the Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition hosted at the Saatchi Gallery in London during May and June of this year, the International Collection featuring some of Patek Philippe's most prestigious and technically complicated watches made its appearance in Rudells Wolverhampton & Harborne showrooms at the end of October. The collection, featuring over 100 timepieces, was available to view by Rudells Patek Philippe collectors as well as those who have a passion for the finest Swiss brands in general. Champagne and Canapés were served during the open viewing while watches to tease, temp and delight were presented to the many visitors who attended. The Calatrava Pilot Travel Time (Reference 5524G) was the star of the show this year and features a Dual Time Zone mechanism with day/night indication in apertures. This model forms part of the complicated collection of Patek timepieces which are highly regarded for the complexity of the mechanical movement. Rudells Sales Manager, Glenn Jenkinson, said 'we very much look forward to hosting the International Collection as it gives our clients the opportunity to view the latest models which are announced earlier in the year. Our event is the first opportunity that our collectors have to try on the newest models and provides the opportunity to confirm their latest acquisition'