Watch & Jewelry Auction to Benefit th...

New York, Oct 20, 2010


HUBLOT- PIECE UNIQUE ?BIG BANG? AERO Hublot, Genève, ?Aero Big Bang Ceramic Chronograph?, case No. 865671. Made circa 2010. Very fine and unique, semi-skeletonized, self-winding, water-resistant, ceramic, 18K pink gold, stainless steel and rubber wristwatch with square button chronograph, registers, date and an integrated rubberized strap with a PVD stainless steel and18k pink gold Hublot locking deployant clasp. Accompanied by the original box.

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Sold: USD 23,000

C. Five-body, satin, transparent case back secured by 6 screws, hooded lugs, pink gold satin bezel secured by 6 specially designed stainless steel nuts, pink gold case support bars, pink gold and natural black rubber chronograph buttons and winding crown, sapphire crystals. D. Black, semi-skeletonized applied pink gold and luminous baton indexes, subsidiary chapters for the seconds, the 12-hour and 30-minute registers, date highlighted at 4 position. Luminous pink gold baton hands. M. Hublot Cal.4214, rhodium-plated, 28 jewels, straight-line lever escapement, monometallic balance, shock absorber, self-compensating flat balance spring, tungsten/steel rotor. Dial, case and movement signed. Diam. 44.5 mm. Thickness: 15 mm. Donated by Hublot SA

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Movement: 1

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Dial: 1-01

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HANDS Original


This unique piece was personally designed by Hublot's North American Sales Director
Michael Margolis "I designed this watch myself, as an exercise of what I would make for myself if I could make a fantasy Big Bang. I love the skeleton dial, especially with the date. I love the combination of black ceramic and gold bezel, pushers, hands and markers. Black and gold is back in style, I am told." Michael Margolis, North American Sales Director, Hublot
"The 21st century will be the century of sharing. We will have to start sharing wealth, energy, the climate and finally will have to share the planet Earth. Therefore I believe that every company and every brand has to include and develop a policy or concept of sharing. We are proud today to donate this special watch for a very noble and valuable cause." Jean Claude Biver, CEO, Hublot