Best quality Patek Philippe Ref. 2526 replica watches online

It doesn’t have two ways: reference 2526 is one of the hottest watches right now. Patek Philippe replica watches Prices for relatively standard examples have risen sharply over the past two years, as collectors have finally caught on to the historical value of watches as the first automatic, waterproof Patek, and pure aesthetic glory (those with case lines and enamel dial are the next level). But there’s another type of 2526 – crazy stuff.

The unique and unusual fervor of the 2526s May date back to 2013, when Christie’s sold a platinum 2526 with a very strange bracelet and a black lacquered dial with a diamond-encrusted logo. The watch, which cost more than $340,000, set a record for the most expensive watch in the world at 2,526, until the platinum role model tiffany signed earlier this month grossed $642,500 at Heritage Auctions. The formula is not hard to understand: features like an unusual dial, an atypical bracelet and a rare case metal can conspire to create cheap fake Patek Philippe watch more desirable than the standard example.

Our watch is highly unlikely to break any of these records – virtually impossible – but that doesn’t mean it won’t attract many excited bidders. The 814 gold 2526, to be auctioned at phillips Hong Kong, comes with a brick bracelet, best replica patek philippe watches clasp, black painted dial, gilt and mirrored Arabic numerals. This could be a unique piece created by a special order from a good customer, according to Phillips list.

I did some digging into the watch’s past and asked for phillips’s full status report so I could get a full picture. First of all, we can be sure that the dial is actually original – best fake Patek Philippe watch extract from the archives confirms that the “black dial, gold-plated Arab time mark” was born on the watch in 1953. However, we also know that the bracelet was added later because it was sold with a leather strap. That said, it was a great match and a real Patek Philippe bracelet, so I wouldn’t be too worried. If you’re really picky, I think you can put it back on the tape, but I don’t know why you’re doing it.

The watch is in a good, honest state when conditions permit. The case logo is intact, the ear still has shape, the double P crown is original and the watch is not overpolished. The dial doesn’t show any serious damage – more commonly seen in the enamel dial version of 2526 – but if you look closely, there’s some Arabic numeral wear. Wear is almost invisible without a magnifying glass.