The capsule collection features the French-based watchmaker’s iconic square shape case design.
The sale will include a never before publicly seen Rolex Submariner which is expected to go for in excess of $500,000.
Rolex watches accounted for 20% of the total luxury watch sales on the site this year.
The brand hoped the partnership would affirm the brand’s connection with the equestrian world.
The release has been announced in tribute to the brand’s work in WWII when it delivered more than 110,000 timepieces to the British military.
The event is held to help back HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, supporting services, and advocacy programs across the globe.
The auction will be led by Bonhams’ international director of watches, Asia, Tim Bourne and director of watches in Asia, Sharon Chan.
Released in June of this year, the dahlia C1 was designed with the aim to combine traditional watchmaking and jewellery into one piece.
The new collection combines polished plasma high-tech ceramic on the case with diamonds displayed as a ring on the dial.
The Swiss-based brand is hoping the move somewhat revives Oris as a developer of series-produced in house movements.