11 June 2014
Rolex. A Lady's Very Fine Platinum and Diamond-Set Bracelet Watch with Concealed Dial and Presentation Box
Signed Rolex, Circa 1950
Cal. 1400 mechanical movement, 17 jewels, silvered matte dial, applied baton numerals, circular case, dial concealed under a marquise and baguette-cut diamond-set hinged cover, snap on case back, platinum and baguette-cut diamond-set bracelet, overall approximate length 6.1 inches, dial and movement signed
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Accompanied by a Rolex presentation box.
The present watch is set with approximately 135 marquise, circular and baguette-cut diamonds, weighing approximately 23.00-26.00 carats overall.
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