Lot 480 (SILVER AND JEWELLERY, 5th July 2016)
An 18ct gold cased ‘Pinkerton’ bracelet watch by Omega, from the ‘About Time’ collection designed by Andrew Grima, c.1960,
an oval landscape case, with a pink tourmaline, bevelled edge lens, 45 x 30mm. Black spade hands to a brushed dial. A, rounded rough bark textured bezel, with tapered baguette cut diamond batons at the quarter points. An integral seven row brick link bracelet with a fine bark textured finish. Hallmarked 18ct gold, London 1969, sponsor H J Co. Signed 'GRIMA' with, the Omega logo. A concealed box clasp with a tube action concealed safety catch. Original black Grima fitted case with the Royal Warrant.
Purchased by the vendors in 1970 from Andrew Grima's shop in Jermyn, Street London.
Sold for £19,500
Very light surface marks to the case back.
Does not appear to have been worn.
184mm in my opinion this is the original length of the watch.
It has not been made shorter or any links removed.