It’s been hidden away for half a century.
A Unique Rolex Daytona Sold for $3.27 Million to Become the Most Expensive Automatic Chronograph Ever
It’s the only known platinum Daytona with a lapis lazuli hardstone dial.
The colorful timepiece design was selected from over 400 submissions.
This is the second time a bronze hippo has hammered down for millions in the last year.
The timepiece has only ever made two other public appearances since 1808.
From Sotheby’s to The RealReal, the pandemic has set the secondary market on fire.
In addition to the existing Hong Kong weekly sales, two new rolling auctions, curated by the auction house’s Geneva and New York teams, will be added this month.
Ranking them among the most expensive sneakers ever made.
Because we could all do with a penguin-shaped cocktail shaker.