Ulysse Nardin - The Hong Kong Watch Auction: FIVE Hong Kong Monday, November 27, 2017 | Phillips

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  • Manufacturer: Ulysse Nardin
    Year: Circa 2000
    Reference No: 136-77-9
    Movement No: 20866
    Material: 18k pink gold
    Calibre: Automatic
    Bracelet/Strap: Blue Ulysse Nardin crocodile strap
    Clasp/Buckle: 18k pink gold Ulysse Nardin buckle
    Dimensions: 37mm diameter
    Signed: Case dial and movement signed
    Accessories: With Ulysse Nardin, COSC certificate and presentation box.

  • Catalogue Essay

    Part of the fascinating and extremely attractive series of limited edition enameled Ulysse Nardin timpieces, the present watch is a tribute to Chinese culture and folklore with its green dragon - historically symbol of the Emperor of China - on yellow field - for thousands of years the Chinese royal color: only the emperor was allowed to wear yellow. As prominently stated on the dial, this is number 2 of 28 pieces made.

  • Artist Biography

    Ulysse Nardin

    Swiss • 1846

    Founded in 1846 in Le Locle, Switzerland, Ulysse Nardin is a widely acclaimed Swiss watch manufacturer that earned recognition for its precision chronometers during the early to mid-twentieth century. Ulysse Nardin himself was a trained watchmaker under the guidance of his father, Leonard-Frederic Nardin, as well as master watchmakers Frederic William Dubois and Louis Jean Richard-dit-Bressel. Collectors in particular seek this brand's oversized vintage chronograph wristwatches, including the reference 7536-2.

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Ref. 136-77-9
A very fine and rare pink gold wristwatch with sweep centre seconds and polychrome cloisonné enamel dial, numbered 2 of a limited edition of 28 pieces

Circa 2000
37mm diameter
Case dial and movement signed

HK$80,000 - 120,000 

Sold for HK$87,500

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The Hong Kong Watch Auction: FIVE

Hong Kong Auction 28 November 2017