UPDATED: If you like watches and Cipriani we highly recommend visiting The Art of Watches Grand Exhibition in New York City and inside Cipriani 42nd Street across from Grand Central Station. It is a free exhibit lasting only 10 days with the last day being this Sunday. Admission is free and if there is a line you'll be given a bottle of Patek Philippe water while you wait. Inside you can opt for the audio tour headphones and also download the guided tour app.
This exhibit spared no expense and was put together with no detail forgotten. Over 450 timepieces and watches on view date back to 1530 along with live watch-making demonstrations sprawled out over 13,000 square feet.
Nine limited edition wristwatches were created for the event, like the World Time 5230 New York 2017 Special Edition in the photo above. It's dial is the Manhattan skyline in a cloisonné enamel motif. The limited editions will be sold exclusively in the United States.
Many of the time pieces are on loan from the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva, Switzerland. At the end of the tour you can rest, relax and dine at the Patek Philippe Café. Click this link for more from Patek Phillipe.