Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers is the best place to sell your Patek Philippe watch for cash. Customers sell Patek Philippe watches to us for two important reasons: 1) Our Patek Philippe appraisal and sales process is fast, secure, and risk free. 2) Every customer is guaranteed a generous and immediate cash offer based on the worldwide market value of their used Patek Philippe.
Our 2nd generation luxury watch buyers have 50+ years of combined industry expertise in luxury estate buying, especially with rare Patek Philippe wristwatches. Our used watch buyers leverage that experience to get you the maximum cash return for luxury Swiss timepieces, including Patek Philippe.
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Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers makes premium cash offers for all of your previously-owned watches from Patek Philippe. Our owner Carl Blackburn is a recognized expert in added brand valuation for diamond jewelry and fine timepieces. Sell your Patek Philippe watch to one of the best luxury watch buyers in the United States.
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Sell a used Patek Philippe watch to our Diamond Estate Watch Buyers and get paid in cash today. Contact us now to schedule a confidential appraisal of your Patek Philippe timepiece. Our free verbal Patek Philippe appraisals involve no risk or obligations.
Local customers can schedule their free luxury watch consultation at our buying office in beautiful La Jolla Cove. We are located at 864 Prospect St. Suite A, and offer free parking with a confirmed appointment.
If you are an out-of-state customer, we have established buying locations throughout the United States where you can bring your pre-owned Patek Philippe wristwatch. Our watch buyers also can provide you with a free consultation and preliminary watch appraisal over the phone, then arrange for the secure shipping of your Patek Philippe to our flagship office in La Jolla, CA.
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About Patek Philippe
Widely known as one of the most prestigious ultra-luxury watch manufacturers, Patek Philippe has built a brand based on quality, innovation, and exclusivity. The company holds more than 80 patents, and their timepieces regularly command top prices at auction and through specialty dealers throughout the world.
The collaboration between Antoni Patek and Jean-Adrien Philippe began when the two met at the Paris World’s Fair in 1844. Polish watchmaker Patek had been making pocket watches since 1839 in Geneva, and Philippe had already invented a keyless, crown winding system. The two joined forces as Patek & Co. in 1845 and applied to patent a watch with a winding stem and hand adjustment mechanism. In 1851, the company became Patek Philippe & Co.
Innovation continued for the company, as did international exposure. Patek’s travels in North America, Europe, and South America helped establish the brand internationally. Exclusive agreements with New York’s Tiffany and Co. and Gondolo & Labouriau in Rio de Janeiro proved lucrative, and innovations included the first wristwatch with a perpetual calendar and the first wrist chronographs.
Patek Philippe watches have continuously delivered innovative complications, and are known not only as fine watches, but as investments offering a stability of value that is rare in the field. Perhaps the most famous example of the two is the Henry Graves Supercomplication. Commissioned in 1925 by banker Henry Graves, the double sided pocket watch features an astounding 24 complications, the most by any watchmaker without the aid of computer technology. It sold at auction in 2014 for $24 million, breaking its own record of $11 million in 1999.
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