With Rolex Service Center invoice dated 7 February 2014 and service guarantee card valid until 6 February 2016.
One of the most luxurious and outlandish variation of the day-date model, the present timepiece will never cease to mesmerize its lucky new owner with its sparkly dial and bezel. Produced in the late 1980s, this watch is one of Rolex's very first experiments with gem-set watches. Interestingly, the late 1980s are also the time Rolex first produced the Daytona with gem-set dial (the ultra-rare 6269 and 6270 references), which share with this timepiece the dial construction process and some details, such as the designations in the gold "cartouches". Possibly because the market might not have been yet ready for stylistic exercises as bold as these gem-set treasures, production of such pieces was extremely limited, and they are consequently highly sought-after collectibles and milestones in the most important Rolex collections worldwide.