Pharrell Williams JOOPITER Watch Auction

In addition to offering the public iconic personal diamond jewelry, Pharrell Williams’ “Son of Pharaoh” auction also offers eight very rare watches. While more recently Pharrell Williams has shown a fondness for Richard Mille watches, the early days of his watch collection saw some of the most valuable Royal Oaks.

Audemars Piguet lots include the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Yellow Gold 25636BA, Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Platinum 25636PT, Royal Oak Concept Carbon Tourbillon Chronograph and Royal Oak Concept Dynamograph. These four watches are estimated to sell for between $200,000 and $250,000 US. Pushing one of the most important eras for Casio’s G-SHOCK, Pharrell Williams’ custom gold and diamond cases ushered in a wave of new collectors of rugged digital watches. 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 diamonds , cognac, yellow and black diamonds. These are estimated to sell for around US$27,000.

Rounding out the watch offering are 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 respectively. With just three days of action left, head over to JOOPITER to find out more.

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