Browse Lots

Global notice COVID-19 Important notice
IWC. A RARE AND HIGHLY COMPLICATED 18K WHITE GOLD AND BAGUETTE-CUT DIAMOND-SET LIMITED EDITION MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH WITH PERPETUAL CALENDAR, SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH, TOURBILLON, MOON PHASES AND BRACEET
IWC. A RARE AND HIGHLY COMPLICATED 18K WHITE GOLD AND BAGUETTE-CUT DIAMOND-SET LIMITED EDITION MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH WITH PERPETUAL CALENDAR, SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH, TOURBILLON, MOON PHASES AND BRACEET
2 More
IWC. A RARE AND HIGHLY COMPLICATED 18K WHITE GOLD AND BAGUETTE-CUT DIAMOND-SET LIMITED EDITION MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH WITH PERPETUAL CALENDAR, SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH, TOURBILLON, MOON PHASES AND BRACELET

EL DESTRIERO SCAFUSIA MODEL, CIRCA 1995

Details
IWC. A RARE AND HIGHLY COMPLICATED 18K WHITE GOLD AND BAGUETTE-CUT DIAMOND-SET LIMITED EDITION MINUTE REPEATING WRISTWATCH WITH PERPETUAL CALENDAR, SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH, TOURBILLON, MOON PHASES AND BRACELET
EL DESTRIERO SCAFUSIA MODEL, CIRCA 1995
Movement: Manual
Dial: White
Case: 42 mm. diam.
With: 18k white gold and baguette-cut diamond-set IWC bracelet with double deployant clasp, presentation box and outer packaging

Brought to you by

Alexandre Bigler
Alexandre Bigler Vice President, Head of Watches, Asia Pacific

Check the condition report or get in touch for additional information about this

Condition Report

If you wish to view the condition report of this lot, please sign in to your account.

Sign in
View condition report

Lot Essay

The most complicated watch produced by the International Watch Company, "Il Destriero Scafusia" or the "Schaffhausen Warhorse", was developed for the prestigious firm's 125th anniversary in 1993.

With a 44 hour power reserve and beating at 28,800 beats per hour, this movement offers a vast array of complications, amongst which is a titanium tourbillon cage; the heartbeat of the watch seen through the sapphire crystal display back of this incredibly impressive timepiece. At 42mm with a large and heavy case, this watch offers a huge presence both technically and aesthetically.

Accordingly to IWC the present watch was sold in 1995 and to the best of our knowledge less than 10 pieces were made with full diamond setting.

More from An Exceptional Season of Watches

View All
View All