-Pierre Cardin 1971 By Jaeger LeCoultre Retro Wrist Watch In Stainless And Gold Vermeil
Jaeger LeCoultre wrist watch designed by Pierre Cardin.
Fabulous retro wrist watch, designed in France by Pierre Cardin, back in the 1971. This rare watch is the model PC110 and was crafted with an asymmetric shape. in very limited editions by Jaeger LeCoultre. Constructed in solid stainless steel 18 karats Gold Vermeil, with two pair of leather bands; white and black with their original buckles.
After designing collarless suits for the Beatles in 1963 and Nasa Spacesuits in 1970, Pierre Cardin launched his very brief Space watch line in 1971. He was inspired, by the cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin that was the first man in space in 1961. The watches was made of metal blocks, Lucite cubes, layered disks, contouring arcs, smoky crystals, bold stripes or flying saucer-shaped Futuro domes, all of them are very rare and all are mechanical watches fitted with hand wind Jaeger.
Movement: Jaeger LeCoultre manual mechanical wind, caliber 36FHF 17 jewels. Round white and black dial, analog, with black bold hands.
Weight: 79.6 Grams, (51.03 Dwt).
Size: The leather wrist band has a lenght of 8.5 Inches (21.59 Cm) and can be adjustable.
Measurements: The case is 39 mm by 40 mm by 12 mm (1.53 x 1.57 x 0.47 Inches).
Hallmarks: Stamped with the maker's mark and signed, "PIERRE CARDIN MADE IN FRANCE JAEGER FRANCE CALIBER 36 FHF 17 JEWELS"
Literature: Illustrations courtesy of Pierre Cardin Archives, see figures.
Collateral: This watch is accompanied by an alternative black wrist band.
Collateral: It is accompanied by a presentation jewelry box.
Condition: The overall condition of this wristwatch is excellent to brand new. Beside this piece is from the 1970 there is no trace of any wear. This rare piece has been carefully inspected to guarantee the condition and authenticity.
INVENTORY REF: B010623EOEG/.1111