10 of the Most Expensive Watches in the World

Here at ThisBlogRlues we’re interested in all kinds of luxury products. The more expensive, the better. Unfortunately, we cannot afford to buy them, but seeing them and knowing they exist makes us feel better. In a previous post we’ve showed you the most expensive Barbie dolls ever sold and now we want to share with you 10 of the most expensive watches in the world. Made of Diamonds, gold or white gold, these watches do more than telling the exact time, they are real works of art. Here they are:

10 .Cartier Secret – $2.75 Million

cartier secret luxury watch

One of the most expensive watches in the world is the Cartier Secret. This splendor of a watch is made of pure 18 carats white gold and plated with rhodium. That’s not all; this watch also has a 3.53 carat diamond and it’s covered in 3010 cut diamonds. A watch that costs as much as a house must be something, right?

9. Patek Philippe, Model 2523, 1953 Heures Universelles – $2.9 Million

Patek Philippe, Model 2523, 1953 Heures Universelles

This splendid timepiece is a favorite among the richest people in the world. It’s made of 18 carat gold and a polychrome and enamel dial that resembles the North American continent. These feature make it one of the most expensive watches in the world. We wouldn’t mind getting this for next Christmas, right?

8. Piaget Emperador Temple – $3.3 Million

piaget emperador temple luxury watch

If you thought the previous Patek Philippe watch was an expensive watch, wait until you hear about this next one. The Piaget Emperador Temple is made of 481 brilliant diamonds, 207 cut diamonds and an emerald cut diamond. With all these diamonds one might wonder, where is the watch hidden?

7. Patek Philippe – 1928 Single Button Chronograph – $3.6 Million

Patek-Philippe-1928-Single-Button Chronograph Watch

Patek Philippe is known for making some of the most expensive watches in the world and this one’s no exception. The 1928 Single Button Chronograph model is made of 18 carat white gold and pure silver.

6. Patek Philippe – Platinum World Time – $4.3 Million

Patek Philippe – Platinum World Time

Another Patek Philippe watch on our list, this time the Platinum World Time model, which was first created in 1939. This watch winds itself and it’s beyond stylish. It stands as one of the most expensive watches in the world and some say that it was the first watch to ever go on the moon.

5. Louis Moinet Meteoris – $4.6 Million

Louis Moinet Meteoris

One of the things that make this watch super special and very expensive is that it contains pieces of asteroids and meteorites in it. Who wouldn’t want a watch with ancient asteroids in it? But that comes with a very high price: this Louis Moinet watch called the Meteoris costs $4.6 Million.

4. Hublot Diamond -$5 Million

Hublot Diamond luxury watch

When talking about the most expensive watches in the world we must mention the Hublot Diamond. This beautiful piece of jewelry-watch contains more than 1000 diamonds and 18 carat pure white gold. Imagine inheriting this from a rich, distant relative.

3. Patek Philippe 1527 – $5.6 Million

Patek Philippe 1527

We should have named our list “the most expensive Patek Philippe watches” because we sure mention them a lot today. This $5.6 Million watch was made in 1943 and is made of 18 carat gold, with a silver dial. It’s a vintage piece with features like the Chronograph, a moon phase display and a perpetual calendar.

2. Patek Philippe Super Complication – 11 Million

Patek Philippe Super Complication luxury watch

Again, another Patek Philippe watch on our list. This one is made of 18 carat gold and some say it took 5 years to design and manufacture it.

1. Chopard 201 Carat – $25 Million

Chopard 201 Carat luxury watch

One of the most expensive watches in the world and the most exquisite one is the Chopard 201 Carat. It’s made of a 12 carat diamond, a 15 carat pink diamond, another 11 carat white diamond and a 163 carat yellow diamond. At $25 million, this Chopard watch is the most expensive watch in the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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