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    Longines Lady's Art Deco Diamond, Seed Pearl, Enamel, Platinum, Gold Watch, French, retailed by Tiffany & Co.
    Case: square, 24 mm, platinum and 18k gold, diamond-set bezel and lugs, 24792, French hallmark for platinum
    Dial: cream, black Arabic numeral hour markers and outer minute track, blued steel hands
    Movement: Longines 18 jewel manual wind, reference 3613352, 5 adj.
    Bracelet: seed pearl and black enamel, platinum and 18k gold; 7-1/2 inches in length
    Stones: rose-cut diamonds
    Signed: Tiffany & Co. on the dial and case, Longines on the movement
    Gross Weight: 31.15 grams
    Note: watch is currently in working order


    Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000.

    Condition Report*: Diamonds:
    Avg Color: J-K-L
    Avg Clarity: SI
    Shape(s): Rose-cut
    Count: 100+

    Pearls:

    Pearl: 1
    Type: Seed
    Shape: Near Round
    Color: White
    Luster: Good
    Surface: Slightly Blemished
    Count: 68
    Size: 2.00 - 2.20 mm


    Metals:
    Platinum
    Gold

    Overall Condition: Good
    Condition Notes: Inside of case marked 24792, dog's head hallmark for platinum, TIFFANY & CO. Discoloration to the dial, enamel loss on a few links and both ends of the clasp.
    Tiffany & Co.: Charles Lewis Tiffany (1812-1902) founded the firm that bears his name in 1837. The boutique style business retailed stationery, silver, jewelry and objects d'art. With the growth of their jewelry interests, Tiffany soared. The company is credited with revolutionizing the jewelry industry by the invention of the open six-prong diamond setting. By 1907, the son of the founder, Louis Comfort Tiffany, rose to international attention for his profusion of the arts: painting, art glass and jewelry. As Tiffany & Company expanded, they offered select designers the ability to sign their pieces designed for the Tiffany & Co. brand; such as in 1955 Donald Claflin and Jean Schlumberger, in 1967 Angela Cummings, later Elsa Peretti in 1974 and most recently Paloma Picasso in 1980.

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    Auction Info

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    25th Wednesday
    Auction Dates
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    11th Friday
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