Found: A Tiffany-Signed Patek Philippe 2526 In Platinum With Enamel Dial And Platinum Bracelet
It is no secret that I have a thing for the 2526. Like, a big one. There is something so special about the large, screw-back case and insanely high-end self-winding movement. Then of course you have the enamel dial! There is so much to love and we see 2526s come up for sale all the time, so it’s easy to get a little blase about them. And then you see something like this. Holee. Shiz.
What you are looking at is a platinum cased Patek Philippe reference 2526 with a factory-born white enamel dial without diamonds. And it’s Tiffany-signed! And it comes on a platinum, period correct Tiffany bracelet! And the condition is insane!
To find a platinum 2526 is next to impossible. Then try to find one with an enamel dial. Then try to find one with an extract that says it was actually born with an enamel dial. You go from thousands to hundreds to dozens to less than five watches very, very quickly. Then, find one that’s Tiffany signed. There is one, and you’re looking at it, and it’s coming up for sale at Heritage Auctions in New York very soon. Add to that the incredible and fully-sized Tiffany & Co. platinum brick bracelet that comes along with it, and you have what could easily be the most expensive 2526 ever sold. And it’s not from Phillips or Christie’s, which makes it all the more charming.
For those interested in bidding, you have 32 days to come up with what is surely to be a big-time number for what I think is potentially one of the true fresh-to-market finds of the past few years. Have a look below at some photos and you can find out more about this watch here, where the bid currently sits at $150,000.