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The 18th century gold quarter repeating cylinder pair case pocket watch, made in 1770, sold for £32,812.
The new timepiece pays tribute to the founding date of Maison and will feature the EB140 Calibre.
Chopard has supplied the production with watches like the 18-carat rose gold L. U. C. XPS timepiece featuring a sapphire crystal engraved with wings
The new timepiece will be limited to only 38 pieces and will include recently discovered classic Minerva calibres from 2003.
The watch is one of only 60 and is marked as ’50 of 60’ giving it an estimated value of between £20,000 and £30,000.
In addition to concern over Brexit, 39% of watch retailers have said they feel unprepared for Brexit.
An array of men’s and women’s watches in a variety of colours will be added to the AW19 range with prices starting at £890 for the women’s and £975 for the men’s.
As part of the event, Alpina created a commemorative timepiece that also serves to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing in 1969.
The new watch was designed with motorsport in mind, with racing red, white and carbon black finishes alongside a sapphire crystal case.
The new timepiece features a stainless steel case and an ‘elegantly understated’ design that goes through 56 processes during its handmade construction.
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