This stunning antique diamond and platinum watch has a circular form.
The wristwatch has a watch face displaying bold black Arabic numerals within a circular, minute marked chapter ring.
This impressive ladies diamond watch is fitted with blued steel hands and has a plain crown/winder.
The platinum bezel is encircled with twenty-five eight cut diamonds and accented with shaped lugs, each accented with a further four diamonds..
The anterior surface of the articulated bracelet style strap consists of two curvilinear links and conjoined with rectangular connectors.
Each pierced decorated link is ornamented with further eight-cut diamonds.
The diamond links conjoin with eight gate-style articulated links, securing to the reverse with an adjustable bar style clasp; this allows the watch to be worn at different lengths.
This stunning antique manual wind wrist watch is fitted with a Swiss made 15 jewel movement.
The interior of the watch case displays the hallmark for platinum (platine), in addition to the Swiss domestic platinum mark (chamois*, c - La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland) and the reverse of the clasp bears the maker's mark (C&F), the gold mark (9, 375), the Birmingham Assay Office mark (anchor) and the date letter for 1952 (C).
This ladies cocktail watch is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.
NOTE: The watch casing was assayed in La Chaux-de-Fonds and bears the chamois mark (1914-1934), this in addition to the style of the piece denotes the date as circa 1925, with a later added gate style strap and clasp.
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