6. Roger Dubuis Excalibur Knights of the Round Table II
Must see: There is simply no other watch more avant-garde. This 45mm white gold beauty belongs in the Smithsonian. Surrounding the round table and set beneath the feet of the twelve 6.5mm-tall bronzed knights is a white gold ring of satinated cobblestones. Each knight is individually styled to represent one of King Arthur's most trusted band of brothers — and takes a full day to produce and a combined 336 days to make all the men for 28 pieces. All 172 components are hand-finished and recognized with the Poinçon de Genève. Price: $268,000.
Bonus: With only 28 pieces ever made, most of which never see the light of day, this is a rare opportunity to see up-close, and perhaps even cradle, haute horlogerie at the highest level. Plus, brand friend, and New York Giant, Rashad Jennings might just make a cameo.
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