A stunning 14 carat solid white gold gentlemans' manual Art Deco style wristwatch manufactured by Jaeger LeCoultre in 1967. This watch is in excellent original condition and presents very well indeed on the wrist. It has a fabulous dial with twelve genuine diamonds set in solid white gold casings. The movement is running strongly and keeping time. The watch is triple signed, on the dial, case and movement.
Case: 14 carat solid white gold in very good condition, measuring approximately 27 mm across, excluding the unsigned crown and 35 mm from lug to lug. The inside of the case is signed "LeCoultre" and hallmarked as 14 carat solid gold, as is the outside. The case shows the inevitable light signs of careful and probably infrequent use over the years but absolutely no signs of abuse, dents or scratches of any significance that I could see to draw to your attention.
Dial: factory original, in very good condition, with a satin silver starburst finish. Quarter hours are each marked by three genuine diamonds set in solid white gold casings. The other hour positions are marked by white gold coloured batons. The dial is signed "LeCoultre" and bears the Jaeger LeCoultre emblem. The hands are in very good shape and the crystal is clean and clear.
Strap: fitted with a new black leather lizard grain strap which attached to the watch measures approximately 206 mm from buckle tip to last hole.