Mondani Web is extremely happy to present Antiquorum’s Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces & Jewelry Premium Online Auction in Hong Kong (Antiquorum’s Showroom at HK), on May 10th.
In this article, we show you the top lots to give you a preview of some of the best for sale.
Patek Philippe Ref. 5131 J, self-winding, World Time, cloisonné enamel dial; 18K yellow gold, tonneau-shaped, gentleman’s wristwatch, water-resistant with screwed sapphire-crystal case-back, with one horological complication: • World Time (outer revolving time zone disc with the name of 24 cities of the World and hour-hand adjustable with the rectangular push-piece at 10 o’clock).
Ebel Ref. 9124913, self-winding, centre-seconds, World Time, date; “Voyager”; stainless steel, tonneau-shaped, gentleman’s wristwatch, water-resistant with case-back screwed by eight screws, centre-seconds and two horological complications: • Date of the month (aperture at 3 o’clock) • World Time (reeded revolving bezel engraved with the names of 23 major cities of the World).
Breguet Ref. 5719, self-winding, centre-seconds, World Time, moon phases; “Hora Mundi Automatic”; platinum, diamonds and sapphires, round-shaped, oversized gentleman’s wristwatch, with sapphire-crystal case-back screwed by eight screws, centre-seconds and three horological complications: • World Time (outer revolving ring with the names of 24 major cities of the World, large aperture at 6 o’clock, adjustable by the crown at 3 o’clock).
Patek Philippe Ref. 5524 G, large, self-winding, two-time zone, AM-PM indications, date; “Pilot Travel Time”; 18K white gold, round-shaped, large gentleman’s wristwatch, water-resistant with sapphire-crystal screwed case-back, dark-blue varnished dial with large applied gold luminous Arabic numerals, two luminous hands and one skeleton hand for the second time-zone, centre-seconds and three horological complications: • Diurnal (day-time) and nocturnal (night-time) hours (AM-PM), with two indicators, one for the “Local” time (subsidiary aperture at 9 o’clock) and one for the “Home” time (subsidiary aperture at 3 o’clock)