1958 IWC De Luxe “Flying Lugs” double signed Türler with its Certificate
Discover the IWC De Luxe Ref.600 – A Pinnacle of Swiss Craftsmanship
In the heart of the Swiss watchmaking industry, the name IWC stands tall, backed by a rich history that dates back to 1868. Founded by the visionary American watchmaker, Florentine Ariosto Jones, IWC was birthed from an ambitious desire to fuse Swiss craftsmanship with American technology. Today, this Swiss powerhouse prides itself on relentless innovation, technical ingenuity, and a deep-seated passion for horology.
Since its inception, IWC has sculpted its place amongst the leading names in the luxury watch landscape, with a portfolio boasting iconic pieces such as the Portugieser, Portofino, Aquatimer, Ingenieur, and the coveted range of pilot’s watches and De Luxe models.
A shining star in the IWC collection is the rare IWC De Luxe ref.600, a sight to behold with its flying lugs and enchanting dial that radiates elegance, thanks in part to the delicate dauphine hands and the poised dagger hour markers. This special edition bears the distinguished double signature of renowned distributor Türler, further anchoring its stature in the IWC legacy.
Fashioned with an exquisite 35mm solid 18-carat yellow gold case, the timepiece showcases a softly stepped bezel that adds a touch of sophistication to its character. The heart of this De Luxe model beats with the automatic movement, powered by the caliber 852.
The certificate of authenticity accompanying this limited edition timepiece, released in 1958, affirms its rarity, positioning it as a top contender for enthusiasts seeking elegance and uniqueness in a collectible watch.
BrandIWC CaseExcellent, very few usage marks
ModelDe Luxe 600, double signed Türler
Case materielYellow gold 18ct
HandsOriginal, nice condition
AccessoriesIWC Certificate of Authenticity
CaseExcellent, very few usage marks