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|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||21.5mm|
|Size - length including lugs:||37.5mm|
This Gucci watch is a very early 1970’s model in silver 0,800. It has a rectangular brown dial with different layers of colors which make it very appealing in the light, grey Arabic numerals and Gucci name at 12 o’clock. The hands are grey with stick shape. The crown has a cabochon with the same color of the dial. The back case is in silver with engraved outside “Gucci – EA – 0,800. The watch comes with a manual winding movement with caliber FHF 35 and 17 jewels. The watch has a very unusual brown Lizagato strap with silver edges in the lugs. The buckle has the shape of a belt buckle. All the details of this watch between, the silver case, the dial, the crown with the cabochon, the band and the buckle make this timepiece very unique, fashionable and collectible.
The Gucci house was founded in 1921 selling leather products and then clothing, shoes and accessories. It is only in 1972 that Gucci introduces watches in giving a license to Severin Montres, company owned by Severin Wundermann. In 1997, Gucci bought the company and started to develop more products, some becoming iconic wristwatches like the “Bamboo”. All the watches are manufactured in Switzerland, with the watch Swiss tradition. Their wristwatches are beyond fashion as you have watches with manual wind movement and/or chronograph using gold, precious stones, rubber or wood. The distinctive sign of the Gucci brand is the green-red-green strap and G logo.
Manual winding movement with caliber FHF 35 with 17 jewels, 21,600 A/h and 44 hours of power reserve.
Diameter excluding winding crown: 21.5mm
Length including lugs: 37.5mm