Christie’s auction is always an anticipated event in the calendar of every fan of luxury watches. The current auction titled “Watches Online: The Geneva Edit” is held online, which, concerning the situation in the world, is the only safe and available way of organizing such an event. Christie’s Geneva has presented a meticulous selection of high-end watches by the world’s leading manufacturers, including Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, Rolex, Ulysse Nardin, and A. Lange & Söhne. Let’s take a look at some of the auction’s highlights.
Christie’s Watches Online: the highlights
Patek Philippe “Jumbo” Nautilus Ref. 3700/11J
The auction features a rare Patek Philippe “Jumbo” Nautilus model manufactured in 1982. The luxury watch is entirely made of 18k gold and comes with a ribbed black matte dial. The price starts at CHF 100,000.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Ref. 25654ST
Another highlight is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak with a perpetual calendar and moon phases complication. The model features a blue dial that perfectly harmonizes with a steel-blue case. Although the timepiece is estimated at CHF 45,000 – 65,000, the current bid is already CHF 80,000.
Rolex Diamond-Set Red Stella Dial Day-Date Ref. 18078
One of the best Rolex watches presented at Christie’s Watches Online auction is an old 1979 model made of 18k gold. A bracelet with bark-finish center links and a diamond-set red “Stella” dial make this wristwatch a good addition to any luxury watch collection. The price starts at CHF 35,000.
- Lange & Söhne Richard Lange “Terraluna” Perpetual Calendar Ref. LSLS1804AB
One more highlight is the A. Lange & Söhne Richard Lange “Terraluna” Perpetual Calendar with leap year indication and moon phases complication. This sophisticated 18k pink gold watch is a true find for any connoisseur of Haute Horlogerie. The current bid is CHF 65,000.
Christie’s Watches Online: The Geneva Edit is a perfect opportunity to acquire rare and one-of-a-kind luxury watches, which cannot be missed. If you consider buying one, you still have time. The auction runs through July 21.