Watches we had in July 2021

Today we are having a recap of the watches we had in July. From Rolex to Richard Mille, last month consisted of many magnificent timepieces. All of these watches were sourced and sold by One World Different Times. For any enquiries to source a timepiece please don’t hesitate to call +44 (0)20 3397 7709 or contact us via instagram direct message @oneworlddifferenttimes 

Furthermore, let’s take a look at the timepieces we have sourced and sold last month.

Kicking things off, we began July with a lovely pair of Rolex Daytona’s. This duo consisted of a stainless steel Daytona with a black dial and a black ceramic bezel, this sat on an oyster bracelet with a folding clasp. The parter of this duo was a rose gold Daytona, this featured a pink dial with a contrasting chronograph which had black sub-dials. This also sat on an oyster bracelet with a folding clasp which was of course finished in 18k rose gold. These were both in and out of the shop due to the client reserving the rose gold Daytona and a brand new black ceramic Daytona is a very desirable timepiece with a high demand in the market, especially regarding the condition of this piece in particular.

Progressing into the month of July we took a step up by acquiring not one but two Richard Mille’s. This was a RM030 with a carbon case, this specific model was 1 of 50 produced therefore it is a very rare piece however we are more than capable to source these high end timepieces. As well as the RM030, we sourced a RM010 for a client. This was finished in 18k rose gold and is quite a favourite among the watch community. These both sat on black rubber straps which fastened with butterfly buckle clasps.

Following the Richard Mille’s, we had an amazing trio of Patek Philippe’s arrive to the shop. These consisted of two lady nautilus’s, one finished in rose gold and the other one stainless steel with a factory set diamond bezel. These both featured Patek Philippe’s opaline index dial, rose gold featuring a brown dial whilst the stainless steel had a silver dial. These both fastened on the nautilus butterfly clasp. To complete the trio we had the magnificent Patek Philippe 5270P-001 Grand Complications. This featured a salmon moon phase dial which was also equipped with a chronograph. This was housed by a 42mm platinum case and it sat on a brown crocodile skin strap. This fastened on a folding buckle clasp. All three of these Patek’s were brand new 2021.

Soon after, we sourced an extravagant Patek Philippe 5726A with a grey moon phase dial. This was sourced for a loyal client of ours and was delivered to the client within days of the arrival. This was a personal favourite of mine. Such a clean design! So complex yet subtle to the eye from far, you can’t help but give it a glance at every opportunity. The beautiful brushed bezel pairs with the dial perfectly to complete Patek Philippe’s uniform and classy appearance. This sat on a stainless steel bracelet and fastens on a butterfly folding clasp.

Within 2 days of the arrival of the 5726A, we had arrival of a Rolex Daytona. This was finished in yellow gold with a green dial. This specific model is a highly admired piece in the market at this time. It has had a significant increase in value since its release and it is still appreciating as we speak. The 40mm Yellow gold case features a fixed bezel with an engraved tachymeter scale. This sits on a yellow gold oyster bracelet with a folding clasp.

Nearing the end of the month we had a beautiful rose gold Rolex Skydweller. This featured a chocolate dial which included rose gold Arabic numerals. The dial is nested in a 42mm rose gold case which is housed by a fluted bezel. This sits on an oyster bracelet and fastens on a rose gold folding clasp.

To finish the month off with a bang, we had an extremely rare timepiece land. The Richard Mille RM035 Ultimate edition. This featured a carbon case and bezel which housed an open worked dial to reveal Richard Mille’s excellent engineering. This sat on a red rubber strap which fastened on a titanium butterfly folding buckle clasp. What a great way to end the month of July!

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