11 May 2015
Cartier. A fine 18K gold square wristwatch with bracelet and gilt dial
Signed Cartier, case no. 32'297, movement signed Jaeger-LeCoultre and no. 285'391, circa 1940
Circular-shaped gilt finished jewelled movement, gilt matte dial, applied square and dot numerals, square case with barrel lugs, back secured by four screws in the band, 18K gold mesh bracelet, 18K pink gold hidden deployant clasp, clasp and case stamped EJ for Edmond Jaeger and numbered with Cartier reference numbers, dial signed Cartier, movement signed Jaeger-LeCoultre
26 mm. diam.; overall length of bracelet approx. 165 mm.
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The present watch impresses with its unique gold coloured dial and applied numerals which blend in perfectly with the bracelet giving it a very uniform feel and very modern appeal.
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