AlBahie Auction House to host first luxury watch auction in Qatar


Doha: AlBahie’s first luxury watch auction will take place on Wednesday December 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the AlBahie Main Auction House at the Cultural Village Foundation Katara, Building 22C.

With 60 lots on offer including some of the most important brands and models sought after by the watch collecting community, this auction is set to be one of the most anticipated luxury events in Doha.

The luxury watch market in the region has grown rapidly over the past five to six years, especially with luxury resellers seeing a new, younger population increasing demand.

However, most luxury watchmakers do not increase production, and sought-after models are produced in extremely limited numbers, making some watches rare.

This auction features rare and limited edition models from brands such as Patek Philippe, Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin, Cartier and many more, all in one auction.

For collectors and watch enthusiasts, an auction like this that brings together the most iconic and sought after watches with original boxes, certificates and accessories in one sale is a golden opportunity.

The auction is led by exceptional watches such as the very rare Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Platinum Ice Blue with oriental Arabic numerals, Patek Philippe Black-Blue Nautilus Moon Phases, Patek Philippe Rose Gold World Time Doha Edition, Audemars Piguet Royal Oak ‘Panda ‘and the Vacheron Constantin Limited Edition (23 of 38) Outre-Mer.

AlBahie offers such exceptional watches that we hope to attract the attention of local and international collectors.

The range of watches in terms of brands, models and starting prices undoubtedly makes them an incredible and must-see opportunity for both seasoned and young watch collectors.

AlBahie Auction House is at the forefront and a key player in the local luxury market. AlBahie invited all guests to attend the pre-auction exhibition, currently on display at the AlBahie auction house in Katara.


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