Important Estate Jewelry - Sale 12JL03 - Lot 616Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 10am
Art Deco Platinum, Diamond and Black Enamel Wristwatch, Patek Philippe
Centering a rectangular silver-tone dial with black Arabic numerals, flanked by 4 square step-cut diamonds outlined by two rows of black enamel, edged by single-cut diamonds, flanked by hinged diamond-set buckle-shaped lugs and bar links, completed by a double row straightline strap set with 72 square step-cut diamonds, altogether approximately 6.30 cts., with diamond-set clasp, movement and dial signed Patek Philippe, Geneve, movement no. 807928, circa 1925, approximately 26 dwt. Length 6 3/8 inches.
Sold for $22,500 (Includes Buyer's Premium)
The movement is currently running, but not guaranteed to be in working order, 18J, 8 adj.
Diamonds: I-J-mostly VS, several SI, thick makes, brilliant.
Good condition. Well-made. Width of strap 5/16".
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