History of the unique watch Oyster Perpetual (Tiffany dial)

History of the unique watch Oyster Perpetual (Tiffany dial) 18 January 2024

In 2020, Rolex released the Oyster Perpetual 41mm wristwatch collection, which includes vibrant dial color options. One version features a bright blue dial known as Tiffany Blue. The color immediately earned high praise among fans of the model.

During the pandemic, demand for Rolex Oyster Perpetual watches has skyrocketed, resulting in a significant increase in their price, especially for the Tiffany blue dial model.

It is important to note that this watch is not an official Tiffany&Co watch as it does not have the corresponding logo. The official Tiffany logo only appeared on the blue dial of the Patek Philippe Nautilus and on some vintage Rolexes.

In December 2021, Patek Philippe released a Tiffany blue dial version of its Nautilus watch. Nautilus Tiffany was sold exclusively at the Tiffany&Co flagship boutique in New York and was intended for VVIP clients, making them very valuable and exclusive.

The market immediately responded to this and literally exploded with incredible demand for the Rolex Oyster Perpetual with a dial of this shade. Accordingly, prices rose to insane levels. At the moment, the price for a model in a 41 mm case reached 500,000 euros, with retail 5,500 euros  🤯🤯🤯

Rolex is discontinuing the 41mm model with this dial in 2022. At the moment, the Tiffany color remains in the line only on watches with 31 and 36 mm cases. Collectors are still hunting for this exclusive model, as it, like all discontinued Rolexes, has great investment potential.

If you are planning to purchase this model, now is the time to do so, as the price currently stands at 23,000 EUR, which is a very reasonable offer for a Rolex investment watch.


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