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Vintage Patek Philippe Watches in 2016

Best watchs for men: Vintage Patek Philippe Watches in 2016

To commemorate the 175 anniversary of the founding of patek philippe, we provide the list in Fratello watch — not an overview of the most expensive Patek Philippe watches, nor the most sought-after Patek Philippe watches, or the rarest Patek Philippe watches. What are your own favorite vintage Pateks? Best watchs for men will be Vintage Patek Philippe Watches in 2016. read more

Phillips Auction Breaks Records

Serious watch collectors converged into Geneva this past weekend, and into this week, as four notable watch auctions offered headline-worthy top lots. The bidding frenzy is the result of events at world-renowned auction houses Christie’s, Phillips, Antiquorum and Sotheby’s.

As the Christie’s, Antiquorum and inaugural Phillips auctions have wrapped up, enthralling watch collectors and enthusiasts with broken world records and legendary timepieces, Sotheby’s is set to begin its auction on Wednesday. read more

Pre-Owned Spotlight with Govberg Jewelers

Govberg Jewelers is back for iW’s weekly Pre-Owned Spotlight series. Check out 10 more pre-owned timepieces from the Leading Watch Retailer’s ever-rotating complete inventory. Stop by next Saturday for the latest in pre-owned shopping. For direct assistance with any of the watches listed call their Concierge department directly at: 888-885-7552. read more

Sotheby’s Important Watches Sale

On June 11, in New York, timepieces spanning the years from 1760 to 2015 garnered Sotheby’s its highest-ever total for a “various-owner” sale of Important Watches, achieving $12.5 million. An admirable 88.8% of the lots were sold, and the sale estimate was $6.5 to $10 million.

Twenty-two Swiss enameled automata from a private collection formed the centerpiece of the auction, together bringing $6.1 million. These exquisite examples of fine craftsmanship at the hands of noted makers like Jaquet-Droz and Piguet and Maylan, from the golden age of Swiss watchmaking during the Industrial Revolution, brought to life the marriage of technology and artistry that was a hallmark of that era. read more