By M. W. Byrne

The 11 Most Expensive Watches Ever Made

Each of the watches below has been custom made for the true 1-percent, who have nothing better to do with their money than throw it away on a bedazzled bit of shine for their wrist. These are the 11 most expensive watches in the world.

Breguet Antique Number 2667

An antique that is remarkable because it bears two oscillating bodies inside it, the Number 2667 is an experiment that changed the watch game in many ways.


Rolex Daytona Ref. 6263 Oyster Albino

The silver dial with silver chronos is what marks this as an anomaly, and makes it such a prized piece of unusual pearlescence.


Patek Philippe Platinum World Time

Rotating the unusual bezel will let you change the location and hour, without ever touching the crown. Handy for the jet-setting millionaire who wants a watch too expensive to wear while on the road.


Louis Moinet Meteoris

Locating a piece of meteorite from Mars, Earth’s Moon, and a meteor, he crafted three Tourbillon watches. Able to fight gravity, and bearing debris from beyond, the Meteoris lineup is well worth the millions to buy them.


Jacob & Co. Billionaire Watch

260 carats of dull shine make up the body, all arranged in a staid, unremarkable configuration.


Patek Philippe Henry Graves Supercomplication

Made with spite in mind out of 18-carat gold to be needlessly intricate, there are flashier pieces out there, but nothing as pointlessly involved.


201-carat Chopard

Comprised of 260 flawless D-color, pear-shaped diamonds and 91 round D-color flawless diamonds, there’s no shortage of sparkle to be had.