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The top watches worth over $1 million

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Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Celestia Astronomical Grand Complication 3600

It’s no secret the best fine timepieces can command a high price – especially if they happen to be limited edition watches – but it takes something seriously special to break the $1 million dollar mark. Be it for their Metiers d’Art mastery, highly sophisticated complications or rare materials, click through to meet some of the most expensive watches money can buy.

Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Celestia Astronomical Grand Complication 3600

Taking no fewer than five years to develop from scratch by a single master watchmaker, Vacheron Constantin’s new Grand Complication packs in a huge 23 complications as well as a brand new movement and tourbillon with three-week power reserve. Housed inside a 45mm white gold case, the new 514-part movement is just 8.7mm thick and offer the time in civil, solar and sidereal modes – each of which has its own gear train. Even more surprising is that not one of its 23 complications comes from 2015’s famed Ref. 57260 – the world’s most complicated watch with 57 distinct complications. Standout complications on this new reference include calendar and moonphase indications, sunrise/sunset times, night/day lengths, tide level indicator and celestial chart display.

Case: 18 karat white gold, 45mm
Strap: Alligator leather
Movement: Calibre 3600 mechanical manual-winding
Waterproof: 30 metres
Limited edition: 1
Price: POA (> $1 million)

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