Tiffany & Co. recently introduced its latest wristwatch collection, the “CT60,” in a movement that aimed to revolutionize the company’s global position in the production of luxury watches. But while the ‘CT60’ may be his best creation yet, the esteemed jewelery giant has been measuring time since the early 1900s.
Tiffany has a diverse collection of high-end wristwatches, which can be worn by both men and women. The company’s success story dates back to September 14, 1837, the day they opened their first store at 259 Broadway, New York. Charles Lewis Tiffany, the organization’s founder, dedicated himself to creating high-quality and unique pieces of jewelry that would inspire the city’s first-class society.
Tiffany & Co. progressed to become one of the world’s leading jewelry manufacturers. Despite the fact that the company went on to be crowned the ‘King of Diamonds’, Charles never imagined that the brand could achieve such a high level of recognition as it does today. In the days of Broadway, the company was known as Tiffany & Young, and even then, it was so prosperous that, in addition to being the focal point of New York’s upper class, it also attracted heads of state and prominent celebrities.
Here are the top ten Tiffany watches of all time:
1. Patek Philippe 1436 Seconds Split – $ 214,000
This masterpiece is stamped with the company name, Tiffany and Co, which is enough of a clue that the watch is going to be expensive. One of the most expensive watches in the world, this Patek Philippe designer watch actually costs more than a Ferrari. The watch comes with elegant blue hands that allow you to time two separate events that start at the same time but end at different times. Features include: push button start / stop at two, reset at four; Refined, stable, three-body concave bezel and lugs; 1/5-second trail with Arabic five-second / minute markers and exterior tachometer graduation.
2. Art Deco Tiffany and Co Patek Philippe Platinum and Diamond Filigree Mesh Watch – $ 47,000
This beautiful clock has its roots in the Art Deco era. It features a platinum bracelet and case and comes with antique-cut diamonds, filigree work, and a high-quality movement. Diamonds are estimated to weigh around 3.5 carats and are FG color with VS clarity. The overall piece weighs around 37.4 grams and can add a touch of elegance to your outfit, highlighting that element of sophistication.
3. Art Deco Sapphire, Platinum and Diamond Watch – $ 35,500
This opulent watch was masterfully crafted and manufactured in the USA It comes with one-cut natural diamonds (1.88, approximately 0.001 carats individually, VS2-SI1 clarity, FG color), large rectangular step-cut natural sapphires (1, 18 ct, 0.59 ct individually) and smaller pieces of sapphires (0.08 ct, approximately 0.01 ct individually), bezel set in platinum. The watch weighs 36.63 grams and is designed with manual winding.
4. CT60 40 MM Calendar – $ 19,000
The C60 Calendar is a special piece of rose gold wristwatch now in the private collection of Tiffany and Co. It represents a watch expression so beautiful and pure that Tiffany felt it was the ideal focal point for the company’s re-establishment. in haute horlogerie. The CT60 calendar is approximately 40mm in size and designed with an impressive case that is brushed on the sides, polished on the top, and comes with long faceted lugs.
Inside is a nicely furnished caliber (Caliber 5933) by Dubois Depraz, providing the time, date and month. The rotor is covered with a Tiffany stamp, and since this is one of the most famous pieces in the Tiffany collection, it is limited to just sixty watches, each individually numbered.
5. Rolex Submariner Date – $ 11,000
The Rolex Tiffany & Co combo is one of the newer productions the company has shared its brand with. The case comes in an original factory finish, with thick lugs and sharp beveled edges, while the dial is original tritium signed with the brand: Tiffany & Co. The hands are matching tritium with little to no patina. The watch features a solid 91350 oyster bracelet with watch clasp, 12 links and 593 end pieces.
6. Movado Tiffany and Co Gold Chronograph – $ 1,205
Don’t let the price fool you; this is one of the finest vintage wristwatches in the Tiffany & Co. collection The Gold …