29 November 2007
CARTIER. A FINE AND UNUSAL LADY'S 18K PINK GOLD ASYMMETRIC WRISTWATCH
SIGNED CARTIER, PARIS, MODEL "CRASH", CASE NO. A111389, CIRCA 1994
Cal. 5 oval-shaped nickel-finished lever movement, 17 jewels, mono-metallic balance, the off-white matte dial with exaggerated Roman numerals, secret signature at VII, blued steel Epée hands, in asymmetric case with cabochon ruby-set crown, Vendôme style concealed lugs, back secured by four screws in the band, together with an 18k pink gold Cartier deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
Total length 39 mm.
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Accompanied by a Cartier presentation box with outer packaging and blank International Guarantee Certificate.
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