|Material:||14K solid yellow gold|
|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||33.5mm|
|Size - length including lugs:||38mm|
Dressy Tiffany watch with round creamy dial with gold batons for hours. The window date is at 3 o’clock with date and day in English. The hands for hour, minute and indirect second are in gold with stick design. It is a one-block case with engraved inside “Tiffany Co – 14K gold – T120 - #8348773”. It is an automatic movement with caliber T17-495 17 jewels. The watch comes with a brown leather strap. The watch has been fully serviced.
Charles Lewis Taffiny and a friend opened the company and store in 1837 in New York. First he was selling gifts and writing articles. In 1902, he died and left an estate of $35 million. During his living existence, he developed his lines of silverware, jewelry and also watches. For example in 1845, Norbert Antoine de Patek provided watches to Tiffany. In 1861, the company opened an office in Geneva and in 1872 a plant to produce their own watches that it closed four years later. Following the closing of the plant, pocket watches were mostly provided by Patek Philippe. In the early twenty centuries, other brands like Audemars Piguet received orders from Tiffany. Today, Tiffany is a public company at the New York stock exchange and it represents one of the leading brand of the luxury industry.
Automatic movement with caliber T17-495 with 17 jewels and 21,600 A/h.
Diameter excluding winding crown: 33.5mm
Length including lugs: 38mm