Cartier Comet table clock

On March 9, 2010, Patrizzi & Co opened the new year’s season in New York. As a result, over two-thirds of the 161 lots were sold for more than $2 million. Highlights at the auction focus on two of the world’s most famous luxury manufacturers – Cartier and Patek Philippe . A 1929 gold and nephrite Cartier Comet table clock, featuring grande sonnerie chimes that the most complicated mechanism ever made by the company, brought $250,000, brought the top price of $250,000 at the sale. The second highest price of $180,000 was paid for a Patek Philippe Celestial ref. 5102 wristwatch. In addition, there is a world record set by a platinum Louis Cartier Art Déco Tank produced in 1929. It was $135,000, highly above the presale estimate, that this beatiful watch cost.


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