6 Luxury Diamond Watches for Ladies

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With the Christmas Holiday Season fast-approaching, the on-going Fine Timepieces Online Auction provides inspirational gift ideas for the watch aficionado. Available for bidding through 5 December, this auction brings together a varied collection of 161 timepieces. Click through to preview 6 of our specialists' favourite ladies watches.


Fine Timepieces Online

21 November–05 December  | Online



6 Luxury Diamond Watches for Ladies

  • Alder. A Lady's White Gold and Diamond-set Bracelet Watch. Estimate HK$100,000–$150,000 (US$12,800–19,200).
    Since 1886 Alder has been a renowned jewellery brand that creates pieces with the highest level of creativity and innovation. The current piece we have to offer is a fine example of Alder’s attention to detail and precise quality control – this meticulous procedure has led Alder to become one of the greatest international jewellery brands in the market today.

  • Bulgari. A Lady's White Gold and Diamond-set Bracelet Watch. Estimate HK$80,000–$100,000 (US$10,300–12,800).
    Bulgari is one of the most important jewellery houses since 1884. Today it has become one of the biggest luxury houses offering a wide variety of goods from high jewellery, watches, leather goods, fragrances to hotels and resorts. The current lot belongs to Bulgari’s famous Parentesi collection. Even though Bulgari has a long history, this design from the Parentesi collection was only created in the mid 1980s. It was inspired from travertine junctions of the building blocks used in Roman architecture. The Parentesi collection has become one of the renowned emblems of Bulgari.

  • Piaget. A Lady's Yellow and White Gold, Onyx and Diamond-set Bracelet Watch. Estimate HK$60,000–$70,000 (US$7,700–9,000).
    In 1957 Piaget designed one of the most astonishing ultra-thin movements known as the Calibre 9P which only has a 2.3 mm thickness. This ultra-thin movement allowed Piaget to create many watches of various designs with its generously sized dial such as coin watches, shaped case and the implementation of hard stone dials like the current lot. By creating watches with different hard stone dials like jade, turquoise, ruby, malachite, lapis lazuli and opal, Piaget has managed to capture a major audience for lady’s watches from the 1960s to 1980s.

  • Cartier. A Lady's Yellow Gold and Diamond-Set Oval Bracelet Watch. Estimate HK$50,000–$65,000 (US$6,400–8,300).
    The present lot belongs to Cartier’s Ellipse collection. Staying true to its history, the watch is designed with its appearance in mind. Cartier believes that any women’s model of their jewellery line should be decorative: a bracelet with a watch rather than a watch with a bracelet.

  • Mauboussin. A Lady's Yellow Gold And Diamond-Set Rectangular Bracelet Watch. Estimate HK$40,000–$60,000 (US$5,100–7,700).
    Mauboussin is a famous jewellery house with an expertise in the art of jewellery since 1827. The present lot is a fine example of Mauboussin presenting its artisans technique of stone setting to a cross category market, watches.

  • Chopard. A Lady's Stainless Steel and Diamond-set Center Seconds Wristwatch With Date and Mother-of-pearl Dial. Estimate HK$22,000–$36,000 (US$2,800–4,600).
    In 1993, Chopard introduced the collection Happy Sport and it became the first watch to ever have the combination of stainless steel with diamonds. The Happy Sport collection being part of the Happy Diamond collection is Chopard’s interpretation of the iconic moving diamonds where you would find floating diamond collets sliding freely between the dial and the crystal. For similar models please also look at lot 124 and 125 .


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