Caroline's Jewelry with a Past is offering a 14kt. white gold case ladies Girard Perregaux wristwatch circa 1940's which features 4 round, single cut, prong set diamonds of 0.015 carats mounted in squares on either side of the face. The watch has been serviced and is running. The watch has a winding mechanism. It is not waterproof. There is a black string band with white gold filled fixtures. The band can be sized to fit. There is slight rubbing to the dial face (see pictures).
Age: 1940's Serial Number B1447/ 161989 Type: Stepped Square shape Case: 14kt. white, weight 9.9 grams, made by G. P. Ross Size: 13mm X 30mm (including lugs) Jewels: 17 Dial: Buff/ golden with white gold hash marks and circles for the hours. Arabic Number "12" at noon, silver dagger hands
Our watches are meant as jewelry accessories. They are vintage and most are self wind and not waterproof, as are modern watches. They may not keep perfectly accurate time since they do not have digital or quartz movements. All watches are warranted running when shipped, and since we cannot be responsible for the manner in which they are handled after receipt, we can not guarantee running condition beyond receipt of the piece. If the watch does not run when you receive it, please call for a return immediately. If you have any questions regarding a watch, please contact us before ordering.
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Caroline's Jewelry with a Past has been on the web since 1995