31 May 2006
GERALD GENTA. AN 18K GOLD AUTOMATIC PERPETUAL CALENDAR WRISTWATCH WITH PHASES OF THE MOON, BRACELET AND LAPIS LAZULI DIAL
SIGNED GERALD GENTA, GENEVE, CASE NO. G3053.8 38272, CIRCA 1990
With nickel-finished jewelled lever movement, the lapis lazuli dial with four subsidiary dials indicating day, date, month combined with leap year and phases of the moon, in circular case with Roman numerals engraved on the bezel, screw back, together with an 18k gold Gerald Genta link bracelet inlaid with a dark blue crocodile strap and concealed double deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
32 mm. diam.; overall length approximately 190 mm.
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This watch is accompanied by an adjustment tool.
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