The Most Expensive Watches


While it’s always good to be on time, most people these days carry multiple devices with accurate time. However, a good quality watch still remains a fashion piece, can give some excellent bragging rights, and may be an excellent investment (like the world’s most expensive phone, and the most expensive Gucci items). Top brands will always demand higher prices and may even promote expensive novelty products such as Tag Heuer’s $2,150 Super Mario Smart Watch.

Here are a selection of the most expensive watches in the world.

The Most Expensive Watches

Graff Diamonds Hallucination – US$55m

Revealed by Graff Diamonds in 2014 this watch boasts 110 carats of rare diamonds set in a platinum bracelet.

Graff Diamonds The Fascination – US$40m

Once the most expensive, boasting 152.96 carats of white diamonds and a detachable 38.13 carat ring.

Breguet Marie-Antoinette Grande Complication Pocket Watch – US$30m

The 5th most complicated watch in the world featuring a perpetual calendar, equation of time, repetition for hours, quarters and minutes, independent seconds, thermometer and power-reserve indicator.

Chopard 201-Carat Watch – US$25m

Made in 2000 this watch features 874 diamonds of 201 carats.

Patek Philippe Henry Graves Supercomplication – US$24m

This pocket watch was last sold at Sotheby’s in Geneva 2014, it features Westminster chimes and a celestial sky.

Jacob & Co. Billionaire Watch – US$18m

Perhaps poorly named, the Billionaire watch only retails for $18m, but includes an impressive 260 carats of diamonds.

Paul Newman Rolex Daytona – $17.8m

Given to US actor Paul Newman (now spaghetti sauce king) by wife Joanne Woodward, it most recently sold at auction in 2017.

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