London, South Kensington
27 June 2006
A lady's wristwatch, by Patek Philippe
The rectangular gilt dial with baton markers and Arabic 12 & 6, under domed glass, with jewelled lever movement, to circular link shoulders and rope-link double-row bracelet, circa 1940; and a lady's wristwatch by Omega, the circular dial with dot markers and single-cut diamond 12 & 6, to a herringbone link flexible bracelet, with jewelled lever movement, maker's case
The first watch, dial and movement signed Patek Philippe, No. 841668, the case signed and No. 628172, the second with signed movement, case and dial (2)
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