Cartier. A fine and rare 18ct gold hooded Lug Wristwatch once owned by the Late Cecil Beaton Case No.33508, Movement No.38367, 1940's
Lot 334
Cartier. A fine and rare 18ct gold hooded Lug Wristwatch once owned by the Late Cecil Beaton Case No.33508, Movement No.38367, 1940's
Sold for £6,600 (US$ 11,081) inc. premium
Lot Details
Cartier. A fine and rare 18ct gold hooded Lug Wristwatch once owned by the Late Cecil Beaton
Case No.33508, Movement No.38367, 1940's
15-jewel nickel movement signed LeCoultre, matt silvered dial with square gilt quarter hour markers, gold hands, polished rectangular case with reeded design, the rectangular case back held by four screws and numbered 33508,8931 fitted leather strap with 18ct gold Cartier deployant clasp, dial signed Cartier, movement signed LeCoultre
25mm. x 33mm

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  • Cecil Beaton (1904-1980)
    Born in London, Cecil Beaton became a well known and popular photographer in the 1920's, soon earning the title of the 'Dandy Photographer' . His early success of photographing debutantes helped him to become the foremost fashion and portrait photographer of the day, and he maintained a finger on the pulse of fashion for over five decades.
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