Patek Philippe and Richard Mille star at Only Watch’s charity sale

Watches by 52 brands have been specially created to support research into neuromuscular diseases

The special-edition Jaquet Droz Skelet-One Ceramic (estimate €25,000-€31,000)
The special-edition Jaquet Droz Skelet-One Ceramic (estimate €25,000-€31,000)

November 9 sees the return of Only Watch – a biennial charity auction of unique timepieces. From 2pm, at the Hôtel des Bergues in Geneva, watches created specially by 52 brands will be sold by Christie’s. Highlights include a pair of black and white matte ceramic Chanel J12s (€9,000-€11,000); a McLaren racing-car-inspired Richard Mille Automatic Flyback (€198,000-€225,000); a Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Perpetual (€49,000-€63,000) with moon phase indication in both north and south hemispheres; a Louis Vuitton Escale Spin Time (€72,000-€90,000), with a handpainted enamel “tattoo art” dial; the only Patek Grandmaster Chime (€2m-€2.7m) to have been made in stainless steel; and an exclusive variation on the Jaquet Droz Skelet-One Ceramic (€25,000-€31,000) – its red detailing and strap a nod to the colour of the flag of Monaco, where the Only Watch charity is based. All proceeds will fund research into Duchenne muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular diseases.

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