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Sale HK028 | Lot 16
A Lady's Karat Gold and Diamond Watch, Van Cleef & Arpels
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Lot 16
A Lady's Karat Gold and Diamond Watch, Van Cleef & Arpels

The karat gold case housing a rectangular mother-of-pearl dial, accented by single-cut diamonds, karat gold sword hands, to a triple-stranded karat gold bracelet, highlighted by brilliant-cut diamonds extending to the clasp, quartz movement, case, dial and clasp signed, numbered 142015, length approximately 180mm.
Accompanied by a brand service paper and original signed box.

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Back in the day, Van Cleef & Arpels is a French jewellery and watch company that founded by Alfred Van Cleef and Charles Arpels in 1906, and has always been renowned for their expertise in precious stones and signature pieces with designs inspired by flowers and animals, their pieces have earned the admiration of celebrities and public figures. Its groundbreaking gem-setting procedure known as the Mystery Setting which was patented in 1933 with particular acclaim won. Their historical special order portfolio include numerous royal jewellery, such as The Océan necklace for Her Royal Serene Princess Charlene of Monaco, as well as the crown Empress Farah Pahlavi of Iran wore for her 1967 coronation ceremony.