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    The most expensive watch in the world is the 201-carat Chopard. It is worth $25 million. The timepiece has three giant diamonds shaped like hearts. These consist of an 11 carat white diamond, a 12 carat blue diamond and a 15 carat pink diamond. A diamond with 163 carats surrounds the timepiece. Here are other pricey pieces.

    Patek Philippe’s Supercomplication

    This is an 18 carat gold pocket watch worth $11 million. The device was made in 1932 and it took four years to make. The piece was originally booked by Henry Graves, Jr. It was sold in 1999 at the price stated. It was a record at the time.

    Patek Philippe’s Platinum World Time

    This timepiece was sold for $4 million in an auction in 2002. Its biggest attraction is the 24 hour zones displaying time in many countries. The timepiece has the ability to discern between day and night in all the time zones. The display is also very easy to read.

    Vacheron Constantin Tour de l’Ile

    The fourth most expensive watch in the world, it is considered the most intricate timepiece ever created. It is comprised of 834 components with over 10,000 hours of production time. The Vacheron Constantin Tour de l’Ile has a couple of faces at the front and back. Only seven copies of this gold plated piece were produced.

    Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon

    This timepiece costs $1.3 million. It is another complex piece. It is composed of 688 parts. One of these components is actually microscopic in size. This intricate timepiece has platinum casing. Only two units are produced yearly. The other type comes in rose gold.

    Chopard Super Ice Cube

    The sixth most expensive timepiece is the Chopard Super Ice Cube. The name is derived from its shape which resembles an ice cube. The high price is due to the many gemstones embedded in it.

    Hublot Black Caviar Bang

    Each unit takes about 2,000 hours to make. It consists of an 18 carat white gold casing. In addition, there are 322 grains of black gems embedded in the watch.

    Louis Moinet Magistralis

    This piece costs $860,000. This piece is composed of a Moon meteorite over 2,000 years old. The outer part of the casing is made from 18 carat gold.

    Also in the list of the most expensive watch in the world is the Blancpain 1735, Grande Complication. It is worth $800,000. The casing is made up of platinum. It has crocodile skin. The engine is composed of 740 pieces.

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