This superb lady’s Patek Philippe wristwatch has a striking two-tone dial with applied gold faceted indexes and matching hands. In excellent overall condition, the 18ct pink gold case is fitted with a gold, twin-strand, rope-twist bracelet which terminates in an adjustable, long polished pink gold clasp signed both by Patek Philippe and one of the watchmaker’s favoured bracelet maker’s: Gay Frères. Manually wound, the watch is powered by a Patek Philippe cal. 7”’70 movement which is beautifully finished with decoratively damascened bridges. This watch is accompanied by a burgundy suede Patek Philippe watch pouch and an Extract from the Patek Philippe Archives confirming production of the watch in 1958 and sale on 12 August 1959.
Please note that the maximum bracelet length is approximately 172mm.
[M] Patek Philippe calibre 7”’70 manually wound movement, lever escapement, decoratively damascened backplate, mono-metallic balance
[D] silvered two-tone dial, applied faceted pink gold baton numerals
[C] 18ct pink gold, polished upper body with chamfered bezel, snap-on satin finished pink gold case back
[B] 18ct gold rope-twist bracelet with adjustable polished pink gold clasp
[S] case, dial, movement and clasp signed
19mm diameter excluding winding crown
28mm length including lugs
7mm depth to centre of crystal
Bracelet length adjustable from 155mm to 172mm
One year guarantee – this watch has been serviced by SHWR, London
Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives
Patek Philippe burgundy suede watch pouch