28 November 2012
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PIAGET. A LADY'S 18K WHITE GOLD, DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE-SET STAR-SHAPED BRACELET WATCH
SIGNED PIAGET, REF. 49101 A6, CASE NO. 395'510, MANUFACTURED IN 1982
Cal. 4P mechanical movement, silvered brushed dial, sapphire-set numerals at quarters, star-shaped case, diamond-set bezel, case back secured by four screws, 18k white gold Piaget bracelet, case, dial and movement signed
23 mm. wide
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Please note that the US dollar estimate printed in the catalogue should read $3,000 to 5,000.
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