THE LUXURY ININVESTMANT TIMEPIECES AUCTION IS SATURDAY APRIL 30, 2022 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A.M.
Los Angeles, California – April 19, 2022 – Kruse GWS Auctions, the world-record breaking auction house specializing in entertainment memorabilia, fine jewelry, master timepieces, Royal artifacts and unique NFTs has announced its upcoming Luxury Investment Timepieces Auction hosting a massive private collection of some of the world’s most sought after luxury watches including extraordinary pieces from Patek Phillipe, Richard Mille, Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin, Franck Muller, Roger Dubois, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chanel, LeCoultre, Chopard, Girard Perregaux Jaeger and others. The over 130 lot auction features one of the most expensive and rare collections of timepieces ever offered from the auction house.
Celebrities including Jay-Z, Keanu Reeves, LeBron James, Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg and Kevin Hart are only some of the well-known luxury watch collectors that drive interest in the fine mechanical timepieces. The eye-popping auction results and high-profile Hollywood collectors along with the global watch enthusiasts who understand the value of horology have brought high interest to many of the fine watchmakers responsible for the unique and the unusual.
Patek Phillipe timepieces have long been noted as some of the most expensive luxury watches ever sold. The company has been pursuing Genevan watchmaking artistry since 1839 and was founded by Antoine Norbert de Patek and Adrien Phillippe. Some of the timepieces even grace museums. Patek Phillippe’s tradition of innovation has been crowned by over one hundred patents.
The exceptional timepieces are well represented in the Kruse GWS Auctions upcoming event and includes offerings from the from the rare Patek Phillippe Calatrava 32mm 18K Rare Handcrafts Watch where bidding has already started at $25,000 to a Patek Phillippe Nautiulus 26mm Diamond and 18K Watch and more.
Other highlights of the highly anticipated auction include a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona 40mm 18K Watch Ref. 116508; a Rolex GMT Master II “Rootbeer” 40mm 18K Watch; a Rolex Daytona “50th Anniversary” 40mm Platinum Watch where bidding has already reached $75,000; a Frank Muller Gravity Yachting Skeleton 18K Watch; a Cartier Rotonde 18K Single Pusher Chronograph Watch; Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Diamond Stainless Steel Watch; a Patek Phillippe Ladies Nautilus 18K Watch with Diamonds; a Jaeger-LeCoultre Duometre A Chronographe 42mm 18K Watch; a Piaget Altiplano Ultra-Thin Chronograph 14mm 18K Watch and many others.
The eye-catching master craftsmanship obvious in this elite collection of luxury timepieces are legendary and fine examples of the handiwork and dedication that has gone into the manufacturing and design of such watches for centuries. Each and every item offered in the auction represents a valuable investment that will increase in value drastically over time. A luxury timepiece is a symbol of exquisite design, style and class, and valuable gemstones.
ABOUT KRUSE GWS AUCTIONS, INC.
Kruse GWS Auctions is the world-record breaking auction house specializing in Hollywood Memorabilia, Fine Jewelry, Master Timepieces, Royal Artifacts, Luxury Vehicles, NFTs, Cryptocurrency Auctions and Collectibles. Founder Dame Brigitte Kruse is the first auctioneer to be knighted by a Royal Family, the first female auctioneer to set a Guinness World Record and is a member of the Forbes Los Angeles Business Council. Fifth-generation auctioneer Brigitte Kruse recently co-founded iSynergy Network, a group of innovative industry leaders providing a platform and solutions for top 1% earning entrepreneurs within a network of professionals across interconnected industries “for the betterment of all.” She also just built the world’s first NFT marketplace with a live auction feature. The globally respected auction house has been featured around the world for sales of such notable items as Elvis Presley’s personal jet, Marilyn Monroe’s famous black dress, Marlon Brando’s historic Rolex watch, Italian Renaissance philosopher Machiavelli’s estate in Florence, Italy and the 14th century celadon bowl owned by the last Empress of Vietnam.