8 September 2009,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 1,750
Estimate GBP 900 - GBP 1,100
Comprising: a lady's Omega, the oval gilt dial with baton markers to an integral tapering textured flexible bracelet, dial signed Omega, jewelled movement adjusted to 2 positions, signed Omega Watch Co. and No. 620, case signed Omega Watch Co. and No. 8279, approximately 16.0 cm. long; a lady's Piaget, the oval black dial to a reeded bezel and integral flexible cylindrical link bracelet, dial signed Piaget, case No. 98120 G1 346014, approximately 16.0 cm. long, with a short section of spare links approximatley 1.9 cm. long; and a bi-metallic quartz "Riviera" by Baume & Mercier, the circular black dial with Roman numeral hours, each with textured rectangular and luminous dot accents, and date aperture, to an integral bi-metallic tapering bracelet with deployant clasp, dial signed Baumer & Mercier Riviera, case and clasp signed Baume & Mercier, case No. A5112.018 1185246 (3)
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