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2-Hand 28 mm

$12,000
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Women's watch in 18k rose gold. Blue lacquered dial with flinqué finishing and gold poudré minute track, set with eight round-cut and four baguette-cut diamond indexes. On a blue alligator strap. 28 mm case set with round brilliant diamonds, serialized diamond on 18k rose gold crown. Quartz movement. Water resistant to 50 meters/160 feet/5 ATM. Swiss-made. Carat total weight .76.

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