How much do you think time is worth? Can you really put a price tag on that? Seems we can now. Watches have evolved from being our oldest timekeepers to occupy its place as one of the luxuries modern man can enjoy. For the right price, you could get your hands on a quality watch, but not this ones, these are the watches that define luxury. .
Franck Muller Aeternitas Mega 4
This watch has been tagged the “Master of Complications” by Ticker Aficionados, the Swiss Watchmaker. At £1,800,000, this watch has; 36 different complications, 1,483 individual components, a 1,000 year calendar and a variety of other stunning features.
Patek Philipee 5004T
Bought in an auction at £2,985,000, this is one of those one-of-a-kind type of watches that was produced for the auction in 2013. It is the only titanium version of the beautiful “Patek Philipee 5004” collection.
Louis Moinet Meteoris Collection
This watch was named after the celebrated Father of Chronograph Watches, Louis Monet. This watch comes as a collection and features precious stones and meteorite pieces which have been integrated into the dials of the watch and cost £3,500,000. Each watch showcases a rare and unique piece of a 180 million year-old piece of rock that fell from Mars.
Paul Newman Rolex Daytona
Auctioned at £13,500,000, this Rolex Daytona is considered a masterpiece in the Rolex family. Gifted to Paul Newman by his wife Joanne Woodward in 1968, it comes with a black-and-crème exotic dial. It has been referred to as a “Holy Grail” timepiece amongst collectors and Rolex fans for decades
Breguet Grande Complication Marie-Antoinette
Coming at number one is the Breguet Grande Complication Marie-Antoinette, officially noted as the priciest wrist watch in the world at £25,000,000. Commissioned to be designed and made for the Former French Queen Marie-Antoinette in 1782 by horologist Abraham-Louis Breguet before his son finished the job in 1827. This watch is encased in gold, the glass showcases the intricate mechanism design and it uses the most advanced technology of the period.
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