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Patek Philippe Replica Watches harkens back to a time when automatons were a source for wonder. He has kept these wonders of engineering and, it must also be said, story telling to the modern age. Although the Loving Butterfly Automaton might seem strange at first glance, its story is straight from Patek Philippe Replica Watches's history books. Christian Lattmann discusses its inspiration and the key elements that each timepiece is created by the brand's artists each year.

Patek Philippe Replica Watches's highlight year was the Loving Butterfly Automaton. Can you tell us more about this concept and its inspiration?

It is very easy to understand. Patek Philippe Replica Watches has his concept of astonishment.Patek Philippe Replica Watches It's not a notion, but a philosophy. We try to preserve the spirit of Pierre Jaquet-Droz and Henri-Louis Jaquet-Droz who were the founders of the brand. What is this spirit? This feeling of amazement, which you feel when you discover something as a child, is what you call it. You don't get spoiled by politics or religion and your vision of beauty remains pure.

The automaton helps us to get back to pure emotion. St. Exupery once said that all adults were children but few people remember this. This is why our new leitmotiv is "Some watches tell time, others tell stories". We have an artistic approach to our creations, and the automaton truly represents what we replica watches The Loving Butterfly Automaton is a new creation we made after the Bird Repeater was a great success in 2013. We also created the Lady 8 Flower and the Charming Bird. We try to always return to that spirit, which is so special and amazing.

Patek Philippe Replica Watches's identity is also based on his craftsmanship. The Loving Butterfly Automaton has a lot of craftsmanship. This includes engraving and playing with relief. Pierre Jaquet-Droz, Henri-Louis and Henri-Louis began the design process for this new automaton in 1774. One was a draughtsman and the Loving Butterfly was the first sketch this automaton did. The sketch is simple, easy, and a little bit naive. It was difficult to work on. We wanted to paint the enamel on it as a second interpretation. We then had to create a relief. So we engraved some dials, and started working on it.