Ulysse Nardin. A Fine Limited Edition 18k Gold Automatic Wristwatch with Cloisonné Enamel Dial
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Ulysse Nardin. A Fine Limited Edition 18k Gold Automatic Wristwatch with Cloisonné Enamel Dial

SIGNED ULYSSE NARDIN, SAN PIETRO ROMA, SAN MARCO CLOISSONÉ, NO. 03/35, REF. 131-77-9, MANUFACTURED IN 2000

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Ulysse Nardin. A Fine Limited Edition 18k Gold Automatic Wristwatch with Cloisonné Enamel Dial
Signed Ulysse Nardin, San Pietro Roma, San Marco Cloissoné, No. 03/35, Ref. 131-77-9, Manufactured in 2000
Cal. 2892A2 automatic movement, 21 jewels, cloisonné enamel dial depicting St. Peter's Basilica, applied gold dot hour markers, center seconds, circular case, engraved case back secured by four screws, 18k gold Ulysse Nardin buckle, case, dial and movement signed
37mm diam.
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Accompanied by a Ulysse Nardin wooden presentation box and outer packaging.

Basilica di San Pietro Vaticano, or the Basilica of Saint Peter, is located within the State of the Vatican City in Rome, Italy.

The basilica is named after St. Peter, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus and according to tradition the first Bishop of Rome. In 324 A.D. Constantine commissioned a basilica to be built over St. Peter's tomb. That structure stood for more than 1000 years. Construction on the current basilica began in the 1500's and was completed in 1626.

The basilica showcases some of Italy's greatest art, including Michelangelo's Pietà and Bernini's Baldacchino, which rests over the papal altar.

St. Peter's Basilica is one of the largest religious structures ever built and can hold over 60,000 people. Today, it is a place of pilgrimage and is visited by millions of people.

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