One 18k yellow gold and leather, Jaeger-LeCoultre watch. Item is trademarked and the condition is previously loved.
Founded in 1833 on the borders of the Swiss Jura, the Jaeger-LeCoultre brand became the first to invent the “Millionometre” – an instrument capable of measuring the micron to refine the manufacture of watch parts, ensuring that each and every timepiece created is to the utmost accuracy and highest of quality.
This particular piece is a manual winding, manufactured approximately circa 1970’s. The vibrant yellow, square, braided frame approximately measures 25 x 31.5mm and is crafted in 18k yellow gold.
The dark blue face features a gold-coloured border highlighting the roman numerals.
This piece does not have the original paperwork or box.
Certificate of appraisal may be provided upon purchase. Approximate retail value of $1,800.00.