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SOLD - 4.10 ct Diamond and 0.72 ct Emerald, Platinum Cocktail Watch - Art Deco - Vintage Circa 1940

A stunning, fine and impressive vintage 4.10 carat diamond and 0.72 carat natural emerald, Art Deco style cocktail watch in platinum; part of our vintage watch, diamond jewellery and estate jewelry collections

SKU: W9204
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SOLD - 4.10 ct Diamond and 0.72 ct Emerald, Platinum Cocktail  Watch - Art Deco - Vintage Circa 1940
SOLD - 4.10 ct Diamond and 0.72 ct Emerald, Platinum Cocktail Watch - Art Deco - Vintage Circa 1940

Description


This stunning vintage cocktail watch has been crafted in platinum, with a bracelet style strap.


This ladies Art Deco style diamond wrist watch has a rectangular, satin sheen dial with simple gold coloured baton hour markers, and is fitted with blued steel dauphine hands.


The dial displays the makers name 'Sanford Bros*.'


The manual wind watch is fitted with a plain crown/winder.


The rectangular watch bezel is embellished with twelve baguette cut diamonds bordered at either end with a row of step cut natural emeralds.


Four of the anterior, articulated links are accented with feature convex, Art Deco style designs embellished with baguette cut diamonds, bordered by eight-cut diamonds.


The connecting links are accented with two larger step cut natural emeralds, and two rows of step cut emeralds.


The ten pierced decorated rectangular links to the reverse of the bracelet style strap are individually embellished with eight, eight-cut diamonds displayed in an Art Deco style paired formation.


The wrist watch secures to the reverse with a fully integrated, diamond embellished locking clasp with the additional security of a side fitted safety clip and a fine link security chain.


The fine vintage cocktail watch is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.


This stunning wrist watch has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as platinum.


NOTE *Sandford Bros. Court jewellers, established in 1923, were located at 325/7 Oxford Street, Mayfair, London


"Rather than regarding inclusions in coloured stones as harmful, in small sizes and numbers that do not in any way detract from their beauty, they should be regarded as adding to desirability, for they provide identifying characteristics."

Reference: The Connoisseur’s Guide to Precious Gemstones, R.Wise, Brunswick House Press.



Condition


This stunning vintage cocktail watch is fine quality, set with one hundred and seventy-two very high colour graded old cut diamonds and natural emeralds.

The watch is in excellent condition.

The movement has been professionally cleaned and serviced, and is in full working order.

If necessary AC Silver is happy to assist you with any repair query in the future, however as this item is vintage we are unable to guarantee parts will be replaceable.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of diamond jewellery/jewelry.


Dimensions


Total length 17cm/6.69"

Length lug to lug 2.2cm/1.86"

Width across bezel 1.1cm/0.43"

Width across glass 6.5mm/0.25"


The length of the bracelet strap may be professionally adjusted on request to meet your personal requirements - links may be added or removed.


Diamond Quality


Colour (average grades) G

Clarity (average grades) VS 2

Cut Baguette/eight-cut

Content (total) 4.10 carats


Emerald Quality


Colour Natural

Cut Step

Content (total) 0.72 carats


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Andrew Campbell started trading in Antique Silver in the 1970's. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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