The Most Expensive Watches in the World (Part 2)
Are you ready to read more about the most expensive watches in the world? We hope you are! And if you’ve been reading along, then you already know about the top three most expensive watches in the world. We thought they were extremely impressive, just as they were pricey! Here are the final watches we’ll be including in the list, and we hope that you enjoy reading about them!
- Vacheron Constantin Tour de I’lle; $1.5 million: As the fourth most expensive watch in the world, this gorgeous time piece was created by the Swiss company, Vacheron Constantin. To celebrate the company’s 250th anniversary, the watch was released in 2005. This wristwatch boats an impressive 18 karat gold body, with a non-reflective, blue sapphire glass case. This watch is also two-sided, meaning that the owner can flip it over to achieve a different look each day.
- Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon; $1.3 million: Said to be the most complex and complicated watch that Patek Philippe has ever produced, this watch is two sided. One side sports a deep blue night sky that tracks the different phases of the moon, while the other sports a white face that calculates time, amongst other things.
- Chopard Super Ice Cube; $1.1 million: Even though this watch is a bit hard to read due to the entire face and band being made of 60 karats worth of diamonds, this watch is surprisingly both water and scratch resistant. All of the diamonds on this watch are cut into perfect squares.
- Hublot Black Caviar Bang; $1 million: With such a cool name, this watch has a ton to offer. First of all, it is covered with 501 baguette-cut black diamonds and 18 karat white gold. This is a seriously gorgeous watch, and was officially released by the company in 2009.