The Antiquorum auction held recently was a special purpose event for a cause. It was held with the intention of raising for the treatment of MS, Specifically to the The National Multiple Sclerosis Society. It would not be too much to say that a one of kind Hublot held centre stage at the auction and saw some aggressive bidding.
It was a gold and ceramic Hublot watch which has a skeletonized dial which is 44.5mm wide. It has that raw and rugged appeal and that very masculine look. Along with the strap it presented a very tough look. It was among a number of luxury watches donated to the auction event but it was the centre of attraction. It was not just a luxury watch but it was a watch with a personality. One must appreciate Hublot for their generosity. They have been actively assisting charity events in the last couple of years. They don’t just give money quietly like some of the other corporations but make the giving fun and enjoyable.
The Hublot Aero Bang, the unique watch was ultimately bought for $23,000. It was a much higher price than most of the other watches from very respected brands like A. Lange & Sohne, IWC, and Zenith. If you don’t believe me you can check the entire list on Antiquorum.