3 most expensive watches in the world

3 most expensive watches in the world

Luxury watches are some of the most sought-after and admired pieces of technology. These awesome models can prove it.

That magnificently interesting object that watches are, they can be for your wrist or for the coolest space in your home, either way they are amazing.

Keep reading to take a close look at the top 10 most expensive watches in the world and why they command such high prices.

This unprecedented watch is made up of 110 carats of diamonds

1. Graff Diamonds Hallucination: $55 million

Topping the list of the word’s most expensive watches is the Graff Diamonds Hallucination. Unveiled at the Baselword watch and jewelry fair, this unprecedented watch is made up of 110 carats of diamonds.

Diamonds of all colors, including Fancy Pink, Fancy Yellow, Fancy Green, and Fancy Blue, and cuts, including emerald, heart, pear, marquise, and round, are combined to create this spectacular timepiece.

The center diamond detaches into a ring that can be worn separately

2. Graff Diamonds The Fascination: $40 million

Known for their luxurious diamond jewelry items, Graff Diamonds created The Fascination watch, which contains 152.96 carats of diamond with a center diamond that is a 38.14-carat D Flawless pear shape. The center diamond detaches into a ring that can be worn separately.

The original version of this piece was allegedly commissioned for Marie Antoinette by one of her lovers

3. Breguet No. 160: $30 million

The original version of this piece was allegedly commissioned for Marie Antoinette by one of her lovers. Abraham-Louis Breguet began working on the watch in 1782, and Marie Antoinette was executed before its completion in 1827 by Breguet’s son.

It included every known complication at the time, including a thermometer, chime, and perpetual calendar.

The watch was on display at the L.A. Mayer Museum in Jerusalem until it was stolen in 1983. The piece was eventually recovered and is still on display at the Mayer museum today.

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