29 May 2008
CHOPARD, "HAPPY DIAMONDS"
LADY'S 18K GOLD AND DIAMOND-SET MANUAL-WINDING BRACELET WATCH
REF. 5089 6, CASE NO. 164154, CIRCA 1990
Calibre 2442, 17 jewels, glucydur balance, the gilt dial with outer black ring, outer-glazed compartment containing ten free-floating diamond collets, two-part case with diamond-set bezel and lugs, back fastened by four screws, 18k gold and part diamond-set Chopard three-strand articulated bracelet, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 26 mm.
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Accompanied by a Chopard velvet pouch.
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