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David Jarrett joins Antiquorum Auctioneers as horological consultant
Mr. Jarrett began his illustrious career in horology at world-renowned watch manufacturer Patek Philippe in 1991.
NEW YORK, NY.- Antiquorum Auctioneers, the world’s premier, auction house of modern & vintage timepieces, announced the appointment of David Jarrett as horological consultant to Antiquorum USA. Based in New York, he will be working closely with Antiquorum’s talented team of experts to further drive Antiquorum’s business in auctions and private treaties in the United States.

Mr. Jarrett began his illustrious career in horology at world-renowned watch manufacturer Patek Philippe in 1991 where he developed his passion for the brand and vintage timepieces in particular. In 1996, he was promoted to Director of Customer Service where he remained until his retirement earlier this year. During his tenure at Patek Philippe, Mr. Jarrett developed a personal relationship-based approach to customer service, forging important industry contacts and helping to enhance the brand image of the company.

A renowned specialist with over two decades of experience, Mr. Jarrett brings with him extensive horological knowledge and customer service know how to his new role at Antiquorum. Evan Zimmermann, President & CEO of Antiquorum Auctioneers notes, “We are thrilled that David Jarrett will be joining the Antiquorum team. With his many years of expertise, we look forward to further strengthening our client relationships and continuing to expand our business throughout the United States and beyond.”

Established in Geneva in 1974, Antiquorum has carved its own unparalleled niche in the auction world through its focused expertise in horology and by cultivating a thriving collector's market for timepieces worldwide. The world's premier auctioneer of fine modern and vintage timepieces has set world records for auction sales and holds approximately ten auctions a year in Geneva, New York and Hong Kong, with previews held in major cities worldwide. Antiquorum maintains offices in Beijing, London, Milan, Munich, Moscow, Paris, Shanghai and Tokyo.






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