One of the United Kingdom’s oldest auction houses Fellows is set to hold the Watch Sale in Birmingham on January 31. Established in 1876, Fellows offer close to 100 specialist auctions a year including jewellery, designer watches, antiques and handbags.
Fellows is one of the top five global auction houses to sell or buy fine designer watches, providing customers with high-quality assistance and expertise. The auction house now sells over 7,000 wristwatches per year, more than any other in the UK.
More than 400 exceptional timepieces are up for auction, including a yellow metal triple perpetual calendar Rolex with a moon phase, signed automatic movement, and an alligator strap that is expected to fetch up to £65,000. Other pieces on offer include an 18-karat yellow-gold triple complication from Audemars Piguet valued at £60,000, and an 18-karat Vacheron Constantin. The latter features an off-center dial in a yellow metal case with a white enamel dial and luminous Arabic numeral hour markers, with an estimated price of £38,000.
All watches will be available to view on January 28 and January 30, with the auction itself to be held on January 31.