13 November 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
Piaget. A lot of two unusual 18K gold, black onyx, coral and diamond-set bracelet watches
Signed Piaget, case nos. 9802 G140 and 264295, retailed by Jean Ete, Paris and Piaget, case nos. 9771 D2 and 272712, circa 1975
Both with nickel-finished jewelled lever movements, the first with coral dial, gold dauphine hands, in oblong case with back secured by two screws, textured bezel, all set within the 18K gold and diamond-set Piaget tapered bracelet consisting of shaped black onyx and coral-set flexible links, case signed by maker and retailer, dial and movement signed by maker; the second with pavé-set diamond, black onyx and coral dial, gold dauphine hands, in cushion-shaped case with back secured by four screws, 18K gold Piaget integral woven bracelet, case, dial and movement signed
57 mm. overall width & 185 mm. overall length; 31 mm. wide & 165 mm. overall length (2)
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Accompanied by two Piaget presentation boxes.
Jean Ete was a distinguished Piaget retailer in Paris.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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