Introduction To Portugal’s Superb Complex Gold Watch

IWC Portugal’s super complicated table. 18K red gold case, 45 mm diameter, 16.5 mm thick, red gold folding buckle with dark brown alligator strap. Equipped with 79091 self-winding movement, with week, calendar, month, moon phase, 4-digit annual calendar display and minute repeater function, engraved on the bottom of the table. The price is 1.6 million yuan. The highest price of IWC on the auction floor is almost all set by this Portuguese super complicated model
Gold watch is also considered as gold decoration, but in the watch’s value system, it is mainly based on technical content and technological content. Jewellery is based on raw materials, and the proportion of material prices is high. Therefore, in this round of rising gold prices, all gold jewelry on the market has been adjusted in price, while the price of gold watches has remained stable. But not increasing the price does not mean that the material is meaningless for the collection and preservation of the watch. Friends who are concerned about watch auctions should all have a deep understanding. Basically, it is gold watches that can mark high prices on the auction floor.
For example, Christie’s held ‘Luxury Watches and Millennium Collections’ in June this year. The top 10 transaction prices were 4 platinum watches, 2 red gold watches, and 2 gold watches (one of which was Earl Jewellery. Table), 1 platinum watch. The top three are platinum watches, which are Patek Philippe 5002P, Patek Philippe 3939HP and Jaeger-LeCoultre GyroTOURBILLON 1 flip tourbillon perpetual calendar. And the only one without gold is the Royal Oak Tourbillon concept watch made of titanium, carbon fiber and high-tech ceramics launched by Audemars Piguet in 2008, which has also reached the ultimate in material quality.
So, although you ca n’t expect to buy a gold watch to make money, at least it is more value-preserving than a steel watch, and it makes people feel more solid. In particular, gold watches with complex functions and limited editions can be transferred after they are bored, so as not to lose too much. The steel watch, with the exception of a few Patek Philippe and Rolex, basically does not have any value preservation.