Property from an Important Collection
Reference 5990/1A-001, Retailed by Tiffany & Co.: A stainless steel automatic dual time flyback chronograph wristwatch with date, day and night indication, and bracelet, Circa 2018 百達翡麗 5990/1A-001型號精鋼自動上鏈兩地時間飛返計時鍊帶腕錶備日期及晝夜顯示，約2018年製，零售商為蒂芙尼
December 9, 06:15 PM GMT
150,000 - 250,000 USD
Retailed by Tiffany & Co.: A stainless steel automatic dual time flyback chronograph wristwatch with date, day and night indication, and bracelet, Circa 2018
Dial: black gradated
Caliber: cal. CH 28‑520 C FUS automatic, 34 jewels
Case: stainless steel, screw down sapphire crystal display black
Case number: 6’207’977
Closure: stainless steel Patek Philippe bracelet with double folding clasp
Size: 40.5 mm diameter, bracelet circumference approximately 175 mm
Signed: case and movement signed by maker, dial signed by maker and retailer
Accessories: Patek Philippe presentation box with Tiffany & Co. outer packaging, Certificate of Origin confirming date of purchase January 8, 2018, leather bi-fold, booklets, and setting pin
Launched in 2014, the Nautilus reference 5990 represents the first instance of this iconic line combining a dual time zone display alongside that of a chronograph. Incorporating the two functions together means a movement had to be redeveloped with a slightly enlarged the case, but thanks to the octagonal shape of the Nautilus, the chronograph buttons can be seamlessly and subtly positioned on the right side of the case, while the dual time pushers reside on the left. With a grey ribbed dial and a well-balanced layout, the reference 5990 marks another elegant addition to this sporty collection, paving a new era for the history of Nautilus.
Tiffany & Co is undoubtedly the most historic and prestigious luxury retailer in the United States. Established in 1838 by Charles Lewis Tiffany and John Young with a $1,000 loan from Tiffany’s father, the first store was opened in 1838 on Broadway, before later moving to their flagship location on 5th Avenue and being renamed Tiffany and Co. Tiffany & Co’s relationship with watches goes back to their earliest days, and they have reserved their horological partnership to the world’s two most preeminent watch brands, Patek Philippe and Rolex. The presence of the Tiffany & Co text to the dial of any Patek has increased its rarity and desirability over the years, and that is ever the case with the current watch. The combination of one of the worlds most desired steel sports watches from horology’s most respected and storied brands with their exclusive retailer stamp to the dial makes this a unique opportunity for collector to acquire on of the worlds most coveted watches.
Complete with original accessories, the present watch is retained in excellent overall condition.