Eric previously served as Vice President, Senior Specialist for Christie’s where he helped lead the sale of a number of important watches at auction around the world and through private treaty.
It is a great honor to have Eric Wind as trusted dealer of Mondani Web: his watches represent exactly the quality we like.
Eric has been featured and quoted in a number of publications including The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, HODINKEE, The Chicago Tribune, Men’s Health Magazine, Robb Report, and Business of Fashion. To see more, click above on the Press page.
His new website, windvintage.com
, is a platform for offering great watches for sale as well as providing ongoing education on collecting vintage watches.
Since he launched Wind Vintage at the end of September 2017, he has had the opportunity to buy and sell a number of important watches, but generally out of public view. In this time when everyone wants to put every single watch they even see on Instagram, he prefers to, in many cases, give that opportunity to the watch’s next owner. He expects to offer only a limited amount of his inventory on the website, so if there is a specific watch you are hunting, please let him know (email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eric’s goal as a vintage watch dealer and advisor is to treat people the way he would want to be treated, which means honesty and transparency. He likes to only buy and sell great watches, watches that he wants to own. He especially likes to offer watches with clear provenance to an original owner, if possible. His passion for vintage watches began from the standpoint of a collector and he remains a collector to this day.
we can find a beautiful selection of vintage Rolex watches (Day-Date, Daytona, GMT-Master, etc) as well as vintage Gallet, Zenith, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Heuer and more.
Eric holds an M.B.A. from the University of Oxford and a B.S. in Foreign Service cum laude in International Politics from Georgetown University. He is fluent in Spanish and conversational in Persian (Farsi). Eric is married to Christine and they have a son named Charles and daughter named Adelina. They live in Florida.