29 November 2007
FRANCK MULLER. A LADY'S 18K WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND-SET TONNEAU-SHAPED WRISTWATCH
SIGNED FRANCK MULLER, GENEVE, MODEL "CINTRÉE CURVEX", NO. 4852, REF. 1752 QZ D, CIRCA 1998
With quartz movement, the silvered engine-turned dial with painted Arabic numerals, blued steel spade hands, in distinctive curved tonneau-shaped case with pavé-set diamond bezel, cabochon sapphire-set crown, back secured by four screws, together with an 18k white gold and part diamond-set Franck Muller buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Total length of case including lugs 34 mm.
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Accompanied by a Franck Muller presentation box with outer packaging and Certificate of Origin and Warranty.
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