Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces...

Hong Kong, Jun 13, 2023

LOT 260


HKD 480,000 - 800,000

EUR 57,000 - 95,000 / CHF 56,000 - 92,000 / USD 62,000 - 104,000

A very fine, very rare and limited, micro blasted 18K pink gold and black titanium screws manual winding single button chronograph wristwatch with tourbillon. Made in a limited edition of 70 pieces to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Ferrari in 2017.

Grading System
Case: 2

Very good

Movement: 2*

Very good

Overhaul recommended, at buyer's expense

Dial: 1-01

As new

HANDS Original

Brand Hublot

Model Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph

Reference 408.01.0123.RX

Year circa 2017

Case No. 1292094

Material 18K pink gold and black titanium

Bracelet Hublot Rubber strap

Buckle 18K pink gold and black plated titanium Hublot deployant clasp

Diameter 45mm

Caliber HUB6311

Signature Dial, case and movement


The present example from Hublot is celebrating Ferrari’s 70th anniversary with a new watch that was designed in close collaboration with the Italian car maker’s design team. The case was designed at Ferrari’s workshop in Maranello, Italy, using the same creative processes used to develop a new sports car. The Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph is the first product designed by Ferrari that is not a car. Like the body of one of Ferrari’s racing cars, the case is all about aerodynamics, stripped to the bare bones, with negative space: essentially, it is skeletonized. The crown is positioned at 4 o’clock, which creates the illusion that the case is moving at high speed. The large, lever-style pusher at 9 o’clock adds to the aerodynamic aesthetic. The strap is interchangeable in a fun way: it unbuckles like the releasing of a seat belt when the buttons at each side of the lugs are pressed. It contains the manual-wound caliber HUB6311, a monopusher chronograph with a flying tourbillon escapement – although technically it only looks like a flying tourbillon