Auction End Date: Feb 27, 2024
A distinctive timepiece from the 1990s has garnered much attention at the prestigious Christie's auction. The Franck Muller Pink Gold Perpetual Calendar Chronograph with Moon Phases is a remarkable watch that combines innovative design and impeccable craftsmanship.
Crafted in pink gold, this timepiece features a 39mm case, creating a perfect balance between style and functionality. The sleek black dial enhances the overall elegance of the watch, while the automatic movement ensures precise timekeeping.
What truly sets this watch apart are its impressive functions. Equipped with a perpetual calendar, chronograph, moon phases, retrograde month display, leap year indicator, and a 24-hour indication, it offers both practicality and sophistication. The intricate details on this watch make it a true collector's item.
With an ongoing bidding war, the current bid for this exceptional timepiece stands at $12,000. This reflects the recognition of its value among watch enthusiasts and collectors who appreciate its rare combination of features and aesthetics.
Although offered without a box or papers, the watch comes with an exclusive Sir Elton John Sale Certificate. This adds another layer of allure to an already exquisite piece.
The auction for the Franck Muller Pink Gold Perpetual Calendar Chronograph with Moon Phases will conclude on February 27th, 2024. As the deadline approaches, bidders eagerly await their chance to own this remarkable timepiece that seamlessly blends functionality and style.
Don't miss your opportunity to acquire this extraordinary Franck Muller creation at Christie's auction house. With its timeless appeal and exceptional craftsmanship, it is sure to be cherished for generations to come.
Platform : Christie's
Latest Bid : $12,000
Number of Bids : 45
Auction End : Feb 27, 2024
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Source : Christie's