Specialist Picks: 10 Favourites from Fine Timepieces Online

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Our summer sale of Fine Timepieces Online is an excellent opportunity to acquire highly accessible vintage and contemporary timepieces. The sale contains a selection of timepieces within all price ranges and from an array of top brands such as Patek Philippe, Rolex, Omega and Cartier. You’ll also find Bell & Ross watch highlights in celebration of their 25th anniversary. Whether you are a new collector or a seasoned aficionado, we invite you to shop and enjoy a new timepiece this season. Click ahead for some of our specialists’ favourite picks.

Fine Timepieces Online
11–25 July

Specialist Picks: 10 Favourites from Fine Timepieces Online

  • Bell & Ross, A Black Coated Stainless Steel Square Form Automatic Wristwatch. Starting Bid $750.
    The BR 01-92 Heading Indicator was released in 2013 as part of Bell & Ross’s Aviation line. It is a creative example of the firm’s commitment to instrument inspired design. The dial is dominated by a graphic outline of an airplane set over cardinal points. The yellow triangle indicates the hour, while the cockpit of the plane indicates the minutes.

  • Bell & Ross, A Stainless Steel Automatic Centre Seconds Wristwatch. Starting Bid $450.
    The present watch from the Bell & Ross Vintage WWI collection is inspired by the early 20th century. The first wristwatches were converted from pocket watches with iconic wire lugs and worn over garments for easy readability. The present lot is attractively reinvented for the modern wearer.

  • Bulgari, A DLC Coated Stainless Steel Automatic Chronograph Wristwatch With Date. Starting Bid $2,000.
    Bulgari’s special edition DLC coated chronograph wristwatch represents a striking collaboration between Bulgari and the legendary New Zealand rugby team the All Blacks. The watch dial features a Maori tattoo motif called Koru, specially designed by a Maori team member.

  • Frederique Constant, A Pink Gold Automatic Tourbillon Wristwatch With Day/Night Indication Case. Starting Bid $12,000.
    Frederique Constant introduced the Tourbillon Grand Feu to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Manufacture Frédérique Constant of Plan-les-Ouates in Geneva. Made entirely in-house, the Frederique Constant Tourbillon Cage consists of eighty individual parts. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a tourbillon wristwatch, a complication with historical importance and technical prestige.

  • Omega, An Iconic Stainless Steel Chronograph Wristwatch With Registers And Bracelet. Starting Bid $6,000.
    Launched in 1957 as a sport and racing chronograph wristwatch, the Speedmaster remains one of the most iconic sport watches today. The present example is a well preserved, with the original dial and bezel faded evenly, causing the watch to be nicknamed a “Grey Ghost.”

  • Longines, A Limited Edition Yellow Gold Diamond Ruby And Sapphire-Set Hunting Cased Watch Made For The Bicentennial Anniversary Of The United States Of America. Starting Bid $3,500.
    This inspired hunting cased watch was issued in a limited edition of 200 in 1976 to commemorate the bicentennial anniversary of the United States of America.

  • Omega, A Stainless Steel Automatic Centre Seconds Wristwatch. Starting Bid $4,800.
    Omega launched the Seamaster 300 in 1956 as a highly functioning tool watch capable of withstanding depths to 200 metres. The present model is an excellent collector's item.

  • Patek Philippe, A Pink Gold Automatic Centre Seconds Wristwatch with Date. Starting Bid $5,500.
    Sophisticated and timeless, the Patek Philippe Calatrava in pink gold is the perfect addition to any exceptional watch collection.

  • Patek Philippe, A Lady's White Gold And Diamond Set Wristwatch With Moon Phases. Starting Bid $5,500.
    Patek Philippe’s Ref. 4857 is a beautiful complicated lady’s wristwatch with thoughtful and attractive placements for its subsidiary dials and diamond-set accents. This piece exemplifies Patek Philippe’s mastery of proportions.

  • Rolex, A White And Pink Gold Rectangular Wristwatch. Starting Bid $8,000.
    The Rolex Ref. 971 Prince Brancard was one of the first rectangular Prince models launched in 1928 and produced until the mid-1930s. Distinguished by its elegant curved, flared sides, the present example is particularly rare due to its well preserved two-toned case and black dial.


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