Ferdinando Veronesi & Figli has an approved workshop for providing Rolex* watch support.
The workshop is also authorised directly by the parent company to replace the batteries on the Patek Philippe quartz.
The workshop is equipped to provide impermeability tests on the watches.
*HANDLING THE ROLEX WATCH (The "10 point guide to inspecting a Rolex watch")
Your Rolex records 86,400 seconds per day, year after year and the balance beam travels the equivalent of 37,000 kilometres in five years. Your Rolex is a complex precision instrument that requires periodic inspection by a qualified Rolex watchmaker to ensure optimum performance throughout the cycle of use.
Between one inspection and the next, Rolex advises that the case and bracelet of the watch should be cleaned with soapy water and a soft toothbrush.
Fingerprints can be removed by wiping gently with a soft cloth. After being in contact with sea water, the watch must be rinsed thoroughly with fresh water to remove salt and deposits.
Always make sure that the winding crown and buttons are correctly screwed into the case to ensure impermeability.
If the watch is not worn for a few days, it will stop. To restart it, simply wind it up manually.
Our jeweller offers first level support for repairing and restoring the past splendour of the jewellery you care most about.