A very attractive rectangular wristwatch by Jaeger-LeCoultre, this model has a two-tone champagne dial that is double signed for both Jaeger-LeCoultre and the retailer, Parkhouse. For many years Parkhouse was an established watch and jewellery retailer based in Southampton, in 1995, the firm was taken over by Laings.
The steel case has a faceted bezel and the lugs, which elegantly extend from the case, define the watch’s graceful architecture. Heavily influenced by the Art Deco movement, the design is clean and filled with sharp, bold lines. A curved case back ensures a comfortable and natural fit to the wrist. There is oxidation to the surface of the dial, and there are light scuffs and scratches to the case and crystal.
[M] Jaeger-LeCoultre calibre 410 tonneau-form movement, decoratively damascened bridges, lever escapement, 15 jewels, compensation balance
[D] two-tone champagne dial, black Arabic numerals, outer minute track, blued steel hands, rectangular subsidiary seconds
[C] steel rectangular case with chamfered bezel, stepped/faceted lugs, snap-on case back
[S] dial and movement signed
22mm width including lugs
37.5mm length including lugs
9mm depth to centre of crystal
17mm lug gauge/strap width
One Year guarantee – this watch has been serviced
Black Bough box & Black Bough certificate