10 November 2014
This lot is offered without a reserve
Piaget. A lady's fine 18K white gold and diamond-set bracelet watch
Signed Piaget, movement no. 690'423, case nos. 9814B23 and 150'568, manufactured in 1968.
Cal. 9P mechanical movement, 18 jewels, mesh dial, oval-shaped case, diamond-set bezel, back secured by two screws, 18K white gold Piaget integral mesh bracelet, case, dial and movement signed
24 mm. wide & 27 mm. length
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With Piaget fitted presentation box.
According to the Archives of Piaget, the present watch was manufactured in 1968.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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