Recently, on our column Perfect Timing, on Forbes.com, we presented five of the most expensive watches seen at the recent WatchTime New York exhibit. Those timepieces include the
Jaquet Droz Bird Repeater Openwork Watch, $472,500, the Breguet Tradition Minute Repeater Tourbillon watch, $460,700, the MB&F Horological Machine No. 6-SV, $398,000, Vacheron Constantin ‘sHarmony Tourbillon Chronograph, $240,700 and the A. Lange & Sohne Richard Lange Tourbillon Pour le Merite, $211,700. You can get all the details about those watches here. Now, we bring you a look at a couple more of those most expensive (more than a quarter-of-a-million-dollars) watches seen at the show.
Peter Speake-Marin’s Double Tourbillon. First shown to the world in 2015, this manual-wind vertical double tourbillon movement is an amazing work of art and technology. It is offered with an enamel dial and retails for $320,800.
Jaeger-LeCoultre’s much-loved Duometre Spherotourbillon. Crafted in platinum and housing a 460-part movement, this watch features a rotating duo spherical tourbillon visible from three sides. It also offers second time zone, flyback seconds and twin power reserve. It retails for approximately $271,690.
Each of these timepieces is currently available for sale at authorized retailer locations or at the brand boutiques (provided those limited editions haven’t sold out already).