Skeletonised Patek Philippe chronograph to headline Sotheby’s Hong Kong auction


After dazzling Australia with its first Red diamond, Sotheby’s is now bringing a collection of 330 rare and watches for auction to Hong Kong. The entire collection is estimated to sell for a staggering $4.5million. The highlights of the auction include three Patek Philippe chronographs. The most popular and probably the most anticipated of the three is the 1970 skeletonised Patek Philippe crafted in 18carat yellow gold and encrusted with diamonds. The watch is touted to fetch around $386millions.

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The other two include a exquisite platinum and diamond-set watch spotting a split-seconds complication estimated to fetch between $200,000 to 258,000, and a 22carat white gold watch equipped with a sky chart and moon phases, estimating around $180,000-$230,000.
[PaulFraserCollectibles]