How This New Watch Club Became L.A.’s Coolest—and Least Snobby—Collectors’ Group
Neighborhood Watch Club founder Jarrod Cooper is planning meetups, dinners, and watch-centric vacations for his growing crew of watch lovers.
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The Most Expensive Watches Sold at Auction in 2022, From a Unique Patek to Rare Rolexes
Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips raked in a combined $626 million in watch sales. Here are the 20 top lots.
A Rare Cartier Pebble and Roger W. Smith Series 2 Lead Bonhams’s $2.8 Million Fine Watch Sale
Both timepieces blew past pre-sale estimates to fetch nearly $1 million between them.
Phillips Will Host Its First Single-Owner Auction Dedicated to F. P. Journe Watches Next Year
Ring in 2023 with a new timepiece from the Swiss manufacture—the bidding starts on January 13.
Thanks to an Uptick in Pre-Owned Watch Sales, WatchBox Is Set to Make Over $400 Million This Year
The retailer also has an increased interest in independent brands to thank for its growth.
The Big 3 Auction Houses Sold $115 Million Worth of Rare Watches in Geneva This Month
George Daniels, Richard Mille, F.P. Journe dominated high-priced sales.
4 Independent Japanese Watchmakers That Are Shaking up the Horological World
Pieces from names such as Masahiro Kikuno and Daizoh Makihara are as good as it gets.
The Armoury’s Mark Cho on Why He’s Auctioning His Treasure Trove of Grail Watches
After a decade and a half of amassing his collection, the menswear impresario is saying farewell to a few models to fund an expansion.
You Will Never Guess What the Hieroglyphics on this Patek Philippe Watch Spell Out
Phillips will sell the rare commission, along with a Cartier London Crash and a unique Grand Seiko Kodo, at auction next month.