On top of bringing iconic personal diamond jewelry to the public, Pharrell Williams‘ “Son of a Pharaoh” auction also features eight very rare watches. While in more recent times, Pharrell Williams has shown a liking towards Richard Mille timepieces, the earlier days of his watch collection saw some of the most treasured Royal Oaks.
Featured in the Audemars Piguet lots are the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Yellow Gold 25636BA, Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Platinum 25636PT, Royal Oak Concept Carbon Tourbillon Chronograph, and Royal Oak Concept Dynamographe. These four watches are estimated to sell in the range of $200,000 – $250,000 USD. Pushing one of the more prominent eras for Casio’s G-SHOCK, Pharrell Williams’ custom gold and diamond cases ushered in a wave of new collectors of the rugged digital watch. The high-meets-low watch is available in two versions for this auction — a DW-6900 in 14K yellow gold with yellow, cognac, and black diamonds, and a DW-6900 in 14K white gold with white, cognac, yellow, and black diamonds. These are estimated to sell for roughly $27,000 USD.
Rounding off the watch offerings is a diamond Chopard Imperiale and a Jacob & Co. 5 Time Zone from the Royal Collection. These are estimated to sell for $300,000 and $350,000 USD, respectively. With three days left in the action, head over to JOOPITER to learn more.
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