15 October 2002
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY (cont.)
AN ART DECO DIAMOND WRISTWATCH, BY PATEK PHILIPPE
Of nickel-finished jeweled lever movement, 18 jewels, the white rectangular dial with black Arabic numerals and blued-steel hands, within an old European, single, circular and rectangular-cut diamond case, extending old European and circular-cut diamond chevron links, to the single-cut diamond twin-line bracelet and clasp, mounted in platinum, circa 1925, 6 1/8 ins.
Dial signed Patek Philippe, movement signed Patek Philippe & Co. Geneva, no. 8600464, case signed Walser Wald.
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