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$50,000.00

2021 SUBMARINER DATE Oyster, 41mm, yellow gold

126618LN 

The Oyster Perpetual Submariner Date in 18 ct yellow gold with a Cerachrom bezel insert in blue ceramic bezel and a blue dial with large luminescent hour markers.

$50,000.00
Beautiful pre-loved 2020 18k yellow gold Rolex Day-Date with silver dial, diamond bezel, president bracelet, and roman numerals. Comes with box and papers.

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Condition: New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item
Water Resistance: 100 Metres / 10 ATM
Features: ROLEX, SKY-DWELLER, Oyster Bracelet, 42 mm Stainless Steel Case, Black Dial, 326933, 24-Hour Dial, Annual Calendar, GMT
Dial Color: Black Water Resistance Rating: 100 m (10 ATM)

This Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36 in Everose Rolesor features a slate, diamond-set dial and a Jubilee bracelet.


Its dial features Roman VI and IX in 18 ct gold, set with 24 diamonds. The light reflections on the case sides and lugs highlight the elegant profile of the 36 mm Oyster case, which is fitted with a Fluted bezel. Aesthetically, the Datejust has spanned eras, while retaining the enduring codes that make it, notably in its traditional versions, one of the most recognized and recognizable of watches.

SLATE DIAL
A WATCHMAKING TECHNIQUE
The sunray finish creates delicate light reflections on many dials in the Oyster Perpetual collection. It is obtained using masterful brushing techniques that create grooves running outwards from the centre of the dial. Light is diffused consistently along each engraving, creating a characteristic subtle glow that moves depending on the position of the wrist.
Once the sunray finish has been completed, the dial colour is applied using Physical Vapour Deposition or electroplating. A light coat of varnish gives the dial its final look.

The Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 40 in 18 ct yellow gold with a white dial, Fluted bezel and a President bracelet.

The Day-Date was the first watch to indicate the day of the week spelt out in full when it was first presented in 1956.

Authenticity : 100% guarantee authentic and liability

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