This women’s Piaget limelight gala high jewellery watch with tsavorite gemstones is typical of the type of pre-owned watch savvy millennial investors should be aiming to buy at auction. Photo: Piaget
This women’s Piaget limelight gala high jewellery watch with tsavorite gemstones is typical of the type of pre-owned watch savvy millennial investors should be aiming to buy at auction. Photo: Piaget
Timepieces

Why pre-owned high jewellery watches are a great investment: from Van Cleef & Arpels’ timeless designs to Richard Mille’s diamond-encrusted RM 07-01, rare gemstones and pricey metals make a difference

  • The used luxury watch segment has been growing rapidly, but high jewellery timepieces at auctions – especially women’s – are still shockingly undervalued
  • Such watches are more likely to sport rare gemstones such as pink diamonds, which make them an excellent investment – especially since Rio Tinto’s Argyle mine closed

This women’s Piaget limelight gala high jewellery watch with tsavorite gemstones is typical of the type of pre-owned watch savvy millennial investors should be aiming to buy at auction. Photo: Piaget
This women’s Piaget limelight gala high jewellery watch with tsavorite gemstones is typical of the type of pre-owned watch savvy millennial investors should be aiming to buy at auction. Photo: Piaget
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