31 May 2006
CARTIER. AN IMPRESSIVE AND RARE 18K WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND-SET WRISTWATCH WITH BRACELET
SIGNED CARTIER, PARIS, CASE NO. 655086, CIRCA 1998
With nickel-finished lever movement, 18 jewels, pavé-set diamond dial, the circular case with pavé-set diamond bezel, enhanced by a rectangular and two triangular-cut diamonds at each end, back secured by four screws, together with an 18k white gold and diamond-set Cartier link bracelet and concealed double deployant clasp enhanced by triangular or rectangular and triangular-cut diamonds, case, dial and movement signed
33 mm. diam.; overall length approximately 170 mm.
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This watch is set with approximately 19 carats of diamonds.
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