Phillips Present The Geneva Sessions, the First Online Auction Curated by Phillips’ Watch Specialists

    Phillips has announced the highlights from The Geneva Sessions, the first online auction curated by Phillips’ watch specialists in Geneva. In addition to Patek Philippe, Rolex, Audemars Piguet and F.P. Journe, this tightly curated selection of timepieces will include over 50 lots. There are many styles and budgets to suit with The Geneva Sessions, which features watches from the 1990s up to the present day. In addition to an online catalogue featuring high quality photography and high-end videography, The Geneva Sessions will be open for online bidding from the 12th to the 16th of September.

    Alexandre Ghotbi, Head of Watches, Continental Europe & Middle East and Tiffany To, Head of Sale said, “We are delighted to present The Geneva Sessions this September, which marks the first online auction curated by Phillips’ watch specialists in Geneva. We wanted to have an online sale very different to what has been done before in terms of presentation of the watches with a very artistic approach to the photography and videography as well as the cataloguing. This sale follows the remarkable results achieved in our first online auction curated by Phillips’ watch specialists in Hong Kong, which was 100% sold. All of the watches in this sale have been carefully selected for their exceptional quality, condition and provenance. Every watch included has its full set of papers and box, and this sale has the highest average lot value that we have seen for a watches online sale. We look forward to engaging with collectors around the world in the lead up to, and for the duration of, The Geneva Sessions.”

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