To own a Cartier watch is to really appreciate, understand and exude style, elegance and sophistication. This watch is beautifully unique, truly original - a really elegant evening watch. In 18ct gold the open organic double leaf design, fancy link bracelet is totally flexible. The watch has a Jaegar Le Coultre back wind movement. In its original red leather Carter box this is a once in a lifetime investment purchase.
Fabulous art-deco 1930's platinum Diamond set cocktail watch. The watch consisting of high grade glycine Swiss movement, with original dial, black
arabic numeral hour markers and black steel hands. The platinum case is set with 20, eight cut diamonds around the bezel. Additional the lugs and
the shoulders are set with old cut diamonds, nine each side.
In total the watch is set with 38 Diamonds, to a 9ct twin row cordette style bracelet.
This watch has recently been sold. Please contact Walsh Bros if you would be interested in enquiring about a similar watch.
This very distinctive Ladies Omega bracelet watch is fitted with double figures of eight and a hidden tongue clasp. The heavy fancy link bracelet is unusual
in design and in solid 18ct gold, with an internal bevelled glass. Part of the Saphette Collection, the Omega OT10371 has a mechanical calibre 212/213
Vacheron & Constantin watches are elegant and timeless and this 18ct yellow gold dress is no exception. This 1953 watch, case serial number is
329670, has a movement serial number of P453/3B. Hand-winding movement the Vacheron & Constantin has a Jaegar Le Coultre base caliber, 17 jewel movement
which runs great and all functions work as expected. Baton dial, has a sub second face. Watch is in overall perfect condition, running and ready to wear
Patek Philippe are without a doubt one of the most highly regarded watch companies in the world and rightly so when you look at the superb movements that
they produce. At Walsh Bros we currently have a very elegant and sophisticated 18ct white gold vintage Patek Philippe watch from the early 1970’s that
is in impeccable condition. The Patek Philippe reference 3550/1 fitted with the superb 18 jewelled manual wind movement 175 keeps perfect time.
Both the case and the integrated band are in 18ct white gold. The dial and band both have a wonderful textured look to it that really looks so elegant
on the wrist and with the style of the band feels like velvet across the wrist. There is nothing quite like a Patek Philippe watch on your wrist and
this is just one example of why they are regarded so highly as the best of the best watchmakers.
The Respirator model line was produced from 1968 – 1972, with a distinctive look and case design. It consists of a two-piece case, in which the upper piece
sat on a seal and becomes tighter against the base piece as the pressure increases. The watch comes with an automatic caliber and an 18ct 2 part case,
with baton dial and date.
The Respirator De Luxe is an unusual watch with a seducing and quirky mechanism and it would be a great addition for an avid watch collector.