Christie’s auctions rare and exquisite Harry Winston Opus 6 timepiece in Hong Kong


We’ve had the privilege to stumble across Christie’s latest auction in Hong Kong recently, with a series of luxury and rare watches being auctioned, part of the “Important Watches” event. However, through the crowds of Rolexes and Panerais, the Harry Winston Opus line managed to grab the limelight. Created in partnership by Harry Winston and several independent watchmakers, these are some of the most exquisite and unique timepieces available today. Of these, the Opus 6 raked in the highest stakes, reaching a hammer price of a whopping $375,313, followed by the Opus 5 auctioned for $204,514.

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With a dial sculpted by celebrated watchmaker Greubel Forsey, this Harry Winston Opus sports a double tourbillion with the gear completely hidden, sporting a 44mm white gold case to top it all.
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