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Artcurial’s Winter sales at the Hotel Hermitage Monte Carlo return on the 14th-16th January 2020, offering a striking array of luxury collectables, from fine watches and Hermès handbags to rare jewellery and stones including Lalique. Jewellery sale highlights (15th Jan) include: An opal-set Lalique neck plate from the Maurice Rheims collection (estimate: €150,000 – 200,000) A pink gold pendant necklace made of a square-cut blue-green diamond, a pear-cut yellow diamond and eight pear-cut pink diamonds...

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King Farouk of Egypt’s Patek Philippe watch sold to an unidentified buyer for $912,500 at Christie’s in Dubai on Friday (23 March 2018).    The watch, made for the king in 1944 when he was just 25 years old, sold after nearly five minutes of intense bidding. It fetched a record sum for a timepiece auctioned in the Middle East. The 18-carat gold timepiece was estimated to be worth as much as $800,000 by the...

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From Sotheby’s comes the sale of Important Watches, known as ‘The Titanium Collection’, in New York on June 10, 2014. ‘The Titanium Collection’ is composed of ten bespoke and incredible Patek Philippe wristwatches, highlighted by several unique references and including the first ever split-second chronograph wristwatch to be completed by any manufacturer. Lot 175 was started in 1903 and eventually sold in 1923 and features an extraordinary extra quality split-second movement in a small 12-in. size...

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