Timepieces + Luxury Accessories

Inviting Consignments of Luxury Collectibles & Timepieces

We’d love to assist you in selling your timepieces, pens or fine jewelry.

Santa Fe Art Auction introduces our industry-veteran watch specialist in Dallas, Oklahoma City and Denver seeking consignments for our Fall Timepieces & Luxury Accessories sale. With global reach and a sell through rate consistently at the top of the auction world, Santa Fe is the ideal venue to sell your luxury collectibles.

• Monday, July 26 in Dallas
• Tuesday, July 27 in Oklahoma City
• Wednesday, July 28 in Denver

To schedule an appointment
contact Specialist Nate Borgelt
Office: 505.954.5858
Mobile: 505.365.3331
Email: [email protected]

Why Consign with Santa Fe Art Auctions?

• Average sell through rate of 85% in 2021 alone
• Industry competitive 20% Buyers’ Premium
• World class 13,000 square foot showrooms
• Full service strategic management of single owner collections
• Global outreach through our online auction partners and in-house database

Santa Fe Art Auction is seeking quality consignments for upcoming sales through 2021 and into 2022.

The West’s premiere auction house will be holding sales for fine art and artifacts in categories ranging from Classic Western and Modern American, Spanish Colonial, New Mexican and Western American Schools, American Indian and Pueblo Nations, to firearms, and luxury objects such as jewelry, watches and wine.

Consignments of individual items to large single owner collections invited year round. Please contact us for your courtesy evaluation: [email protected] or 505.954.5858

Upcoming Auction Calendar

New Mexico Now: Spanish Colonial to Spanish Market
Saturday, July 24, 2021

American Indian + Tribal Arts: Classic to Contemporary
Saturday, August 14, 2021

20th Century Art, Design + Photography
Saturday, September 11, 2021

Timepieces + Luxury Accessories
Saturday, October 16, 2021

Annual Signature Live Auction
Saturday, November 6, 2021

Currently Available

Raoul Sosa

A Gold and Black Opal Ring
maker’s mark stamped interior: rs 14K
approximate ring size: 6
6 grams


Girard Perregaux

A Gold Automatic Wristwatch
Gyromatic, Circa 1960
Case: 14k yellow gold with Swiss squirrel hallmark, screw down case back, No. 61691477
Dial: Silvered, baton indexes, center seconds
Movement: Cal. 47AE 638 automatic, 17 jewels, GXM import code
Case, dial and movement signed
diameter 34 mm



A Stainless Steel and Gold Automatic Wristwatch
Ref. 6565, Oyster Perpetual, Circa 1956
Case: Stainless steel, screw down case back, yellow gold fluted bezel, No. 136448
Dial: White with patina, applied indexes and logo
Movement: Cal. 1030 automatic, 25 jewels
With a 14k yellow gold Rolex “big broom” buckle
diameter 32 mm


Mark Chee

A Coral and Silver Concho Belt
maker’s mark stamped verso of buckle
includes 111 coral pieces on eight rectangular conchas and one buckle
518 grams

Conchos: 2 x 2 5/8 in. (5.08 x 6.67 cm.), Buckle: 2 1/4 x 2 7/8 in. (5.72 x 7.30 cm.)
Length: 36 1/2 in. (92.71 cm.)



Concealed Dial Bracelet Watch

Ref. 8299, Precision, Circa 1955
Case: 18k yellow gold, hinged grill cover
Dial: Silvered, applied pyramid and dart indexes
Movement: Cal. 280, 17 jewels
Case, dial, movement and bracelet signed

The present ref. 8299 is a rare example of a concealed dial bracelet watch, completely manufactured by Rolex. The watch’s case and bracelet remain in excellent condition and are a testament to the craftsmanship Rolex can obtain when they stray from their more famous commercial watches.
diameter 16 mm, bracelet approx. length 175 mm

Dimensions: diameter 16 mm, bracelet approx. length 175 mm



White Gold and Diamond Wristwatch

Ref. WJ301750 Libre Tonneau Arrondie
Case: 18k white gold, pave set with diamonds, case back secured by four screws, No. 032873SM
Dial: Silver with secret signature at 10
Movement: Quartz, 4 jewels
With a Cartier 18k white gold and pave diamond set buckle
Case, dial and movement signed
length 36 mm



A Stainless Steel Automatic Chronograph Wristwatch

A Stainless Steel Automatic Chronograph Wristwatch
Ref. 16520, Daytona ‘L Serial Inverted 6 Mark II Bezel 225/250’, Circa 1988
Case: Stainless steel, screw down back, No. L244708
Dial: White
Movement: Cal. 4030 automatic, 31 jewels
Case, dial and movement signed
With a ref. 78360 stainless steel bracelet and 503 endlinks
Accompanied by a Rolex inner and outer box

The present example of the Rolex Daytona is being offered in an extremely rare and early combination, incorporating a 5-line, inverted 6 white dial with a Mark II 225/250 bezel and an L serial case from 1988. For an example of an L serial 16520 with black dial, please refer to lot 72.
diameter 40 mm


Patek Philippe

A Yellow Gold Automatic Bracelet Watch

Ref. 5066J/1, Aquanaut, Made in 2000
Case: 18k yellow gold, exhibition screw down case back, No. 4055849
Dial: Black tappiserie, applied gold indexes and lume with patina, date aperture at 3
Movement: Cal. 330 SC automatic, aperture for the date at 3
Case, dial and movement signed
With an 18k yellow gold Patek Philippe bracelet with butterfly clasp
Accompanied by an Extract from the Archives

The Aquanaut was originally introduced as an steel alternative sports watch from Patek Philippe, but was quickly joined by a yellow gold version lot long after its launch. The ref. 5066 retained the size of the original Aquanaut, slightly smaller than the ‘Jumbo’ 5065. The present example is fitted with an original 18k yellow gold bracelet and also has lovely, aged tritium indexes.
diameter 35.6 mm



A Gold Automatic Perpetual Calendar Wristwatch

Ref. 3750, DaVinci, Circa 1995
Case: 18k yellow gold, snap on case back, No. 2713263
Dial: White, subsidiary dials for the day with constant seconds, month and 12 hour register, date, and moonphase with 30 minute register, aperture for the year
Movement: Cal. 79261 automatic, 39 jewels
Case, dial and movement signed
With an 18k yellow gold IWC buckle
diameter 39 m