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Model: Nautilus "Tiffany & Co."
Made to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Nautilus collection in 2006, the reference 5712 has become an icon of the brand. Its good looks, combined with a hefty presence makes it one of the most desirable modern sports watches available on the market today. In fact, it is incredibly difficult to obtain one at a Patek Philippe retailer, requiring years of waiting to be allocated one. That is even more true - in fact at a superior level of magnitude - when it comes to the extremely sought-after and collectible Tiffany signed examples.The present reference 5712 blessed with the Tiffany & Co. signature is only one of very few examples in steel to appear on the market, underlining the extreme rarity of the watch.Well-preserved in absolutely stunning condition, this reference 5712 retailed by Tiffany & Co. is furthermore accompanied by its Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin, full set of accessories and iconic Tiffany blue packaging.
Model: Day-Date 40
Rolex has always been known for their ingenuity in incorporating new materials such as the use of hardstone dials and collectors have grown in appreciation for them due to their uniqueness, rarity and craftsmanship. While the firm has incorporated a total of 24 different hardstones in their exquisite timepieces, it was in 2021 when the brand subtly released their newest type, Eisenkiesel. Paired beautifully against its 40m Everose gold case, the dial is further adorned with 11 baguette-cut diamond indexes, adding an additional layer of sophistication and elegance. The current example is found in practically unworn condition and is complete with a full suite of accessories including International Guarantee and box.
Model: Cosmograph Daytona “Rainbow”
Perhaps the most talked about and sought after Cosmograph Daytona since the iconic 6239 Paul Newman. The 116595RBOW "Rainbow" Daytona sports a coloured sapphire bezel, painstakingly matched and set by Rolex's artisan jewellers. This example from late 2019, is found in wonderful crisp condition and comes complete with the original box, warranty card, booklet and full compliment of 18ct Everose gold links. This breathtaking piece of haute joaillerie is powered by the automatic Rolex 4130 calibre chronograph movement and waterproof to 100m.
Unsealed by Phillips for photography, this 5070R has remained boxed from Geneva for 15 years. With its distinctive 42mm Rose Gold case now oxidised, the present example has a rare, unique and charming patina. Rarely found in such a state of preservation it remains a seldom found example of a much admired reference with its Lemania based chronograph complication. Complete with its original guarantee, deposit receipt, leather wallet and booklets. This 2007 is one of the last examples before it was phased out in 2008.