Jaeger LeCoultre

A stylish large emerald-cut citrine and yellow gold ring watch.

A stylish citrine and gold ring watch by Jaeger-Lecoultre c.1950s, set with a large emerald-cut citrine over a circular watch face with black baton numerals, backwound with mechanical jewelled set lever movement and gilt dial, all to an 18ct yellow gold ring mounting with open split shoulders and tapering band.


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Gemstones and Other MaterialsEmerald-cut citrine estimated to weigh approximately 25cts
Condition ReportVery good
Setting18ct yellow gold with maker's mark and numbered 120142
Weight description25.5 grams
DimensionsUK finger size N

Jaeger LeCoultre

Antoine LeCoultre (1803 – 1881), a talented self-taught watchmaker, set up his small workshop in Le Sentier Switzerland in 1833. He worked diligently to hone his craft and in 1844 he invented a new instrument capable of measuring to the micrometre (μm) for the first time.  This, the world's most precise measuring instrument, was called the Millionometer and its exceptional precision allowed him to calculate and create the finest components for his watches. 

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