Proving that they’re still one of the world’s leading watchmakers, Rolex once again secured the top spot in the first watch auction after lockdown.
Taking the top spot was lot 838, a Rolex sky dweller. With its sky blue dial and impressive heft, it attracted a lot of attention leading to its impressive hammer price of £18,864 including buyer’s premium.
Lot 836, a Rolex oyster perpetual affectionately nicknamed ‘Kermit’ due to its green colour way achieved a hammer price of £12880 including premium after strong competition on the phone lines.
For the classy gentleman, lot 766 oozes style and sophistication. The precious eighteen carat gold case was a strong selling point and helped this lot achieve a hammer price of £9016 including premium.
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