All types of watches are commonly found at our estate sales. We regularly find Rolex, Ebel, Fendi, Chopard, Piaget, and alike. We have collectors and investors locally and internationally so our sellers items (watches, art, jewelry, classic cars, and alike) get world wide exposure.
As there is a Fendi boutique in Las Vegas, we find Fendi items, such as watches, handbags, and coats often at our Las Vegas estate sales often.
Fendi women’s watch with rotating gemstones is really a magnificent piece of work. If you have never seen one up close, it’s worth a trip to Ceasars to see one in hand. The gemstones are on a plate, that once is depressed rotates to display an alternate series of stones. A great feature so you can adjust your gems for each outfit! Surprisingly the watch is not as expensive as you could expect hence the brand, materials, and workmanship. The womens watch retails for about $2500.00 depending on what gemstones you wish and how many stones on the watch.
We could talk forever about fine watches with sky high prices but Piaget watches are present in both know for being one of the finest watches made as well as the most reliable. We have a network of watch collectors that are always interested in Piaget watches to contact us if you are thinking of selling yours.
Of course they range from Ruby encrusted evening watches to diamond watches with so much sparkle, it’s really more akin to a bracelet.
A Piaget watch is a great collectible to invest in and if you love the look its win-win, with or without diamonds.
Some of the most expensive mens watches in the world are the VACHERON CONSTANTIN Patrimony at over $3,000,000.00 (no precious stones), the Ulysse Nardin mens watch at over a million, the Louis Moinet Magistralis at just under a million dollars, the Hublot Black Caviar at a million dollars, and the Chopard Super Ice Cube also at the million dollar mark.
Speaking of Chopard, we recently sold a Chopard “Happy” watch to a buyer in Florida. Of course these watches are known for their lose bezel diamonds that float in the face of the watch.
The seller was a Vegas woman who had barely worn it. As it was a gift from her X-husband she want to sell it and buy something that didn’t hold any “memories”. She replaced it with a Herme watch, a Birkin bag she had always wanted, and other designer items. The transaction was a win-win for all and easy because we took care of everything. No awkward meetings where price is negotiated between the parties.