2786
2786

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Jaeger-LeCoultre
A LADY'S WHITE GOLD AND SNOW-SETTING DIAMOND RECTANGULAR WRISTWATCH  CASE 2078410 IDÉALE CIRCA 2010
Estimate
150,000250,000
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2786

PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT PRIVATE COLLECTOR

Jaeger-LeCoultre
A LADY'S WHITE GOLD AND SNOW-SETTING DIAMOND RECTANGULAR WRISTWATCH  CASE 2078410 IDÉALE CIRCA 2010
Estimate
150,000250,000
JUMP TO LOT

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Jaeger-LeCoultre
A LADY'S WHITE GOLD AND SNOW-SETTING DIAMOND RECTANGULAR WRISTWATCH  CASE 2078410 IDÉALE CIRCA 2010
• cal. 846/1 manual winding movement, 18 jewels • white gold dial with snow-setting diamond stripes, blued steel hands • 18k white gold rectangular case, snow-setting diamond bezel, diamond-set lugs and crown, case back secured by 4 screws • case, crystal top and movement signed • with an 18k white gold and diamond-set Jaeger-LeCoultre buckle
dimensions 27.5 x 30 mm
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Catalogue Note

Accompanied by a Jaeger-LeCoultre travelling pouch.

Jaeger‑LeCoultre was the first brand to invent snow-setting, a gem-setting technique which recreates the natural beauty of freshly fallen snow. Instead of mounting uniform size diamonds in rows, the case of the present watch is blanketed with various-sized diamonds, stimulating the way sunshine glistens on snow. Huddling against each other, all diamonds have to be placed meticulously on the watch to completely cover the precious metal. Snow-setting is entirely dependent on the jeweler's expertise, creativity and personal preference. Hence, like individual snowflakes, no two watches are the same and each watch can be considered an unique piece. 

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