Description: The Facet watch, as it is referred to by Alfred Dunhill has a slim oblong case and stainless steel bracelet with a touch of art deco design. Dunhill teamed up with the esteemed Jaeger-LeCoultre for this Swiss made automatic movement. A ladies' stainless steel Dunhill Facet quartz watch, TXQH, c.2002. A white enameled dial with black Arabic numerals, hands, centre second sweep and date aperture. Faceted glass and case with original signed polished stainless steel bracelet. Movement: 7-Jewels, Cal. ETA.956.112 Dial: Signed, white, black Arabic numerals, sword hands, blued centre seconds hand, black inner minute division, date aperture at the 6 o'clock position. Case: Signed, rectangular brushed and polished stainless steel, back secured by 4 screws, Size: 21.3mm by 38.5mm
Condition: Very good condition with slight signs of wear.
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Story: Alfred Dunhill Ltd. is a world known English company, aJaeger-Lecoultre Atmos regulator for Alfred Dunhill brand of men's products de-luxe, which provides the true connoisseurs of the English luxury with clothing, leather accessories, writing implements, jewelries, lighters, fragrances and, of course, watches. The brand’s founder is Alfred Dunhill, the son of entrepreneur who owned a famous saddler business in London. But the 20 century replaced horses with more practical and powerful automobiles. It gave enterprising people a wide range of possibilities, and the company of Dunhill began its development with the production of accessories and clothing for the first drivers. The slogan of Alfred (1872-1959) said: “It must be practical, safe, beautiful, and durable, and it must be the best”. More than 100 years this philosophy underlies the Dunhill's business. Few people know that Alfred Dunhill started his way to the world of beautiful and sophisticated things in 1893. The first shop “Dunhill's Motorities” was opened at Euston road, London. Since 1903 this shop had watches in sale. Those water resistant watches caused a great sensation in foggy London. Dunhill became interested in wrist watches in the middle of 20s. They were distinguished by novelty and vivid design. The regular customers had an opportunity to choose different watches in the catalogues: square, round, diamond-shaped, men, and women watches. By the end of 20s a wide range of bracket clocks appeared in the watch collection. However, the audience was mostly admired by the design know-how in 1926: the clocks were built in the case of classic lighter “Unique”. The trend of unusual things remained, and in 1928 the watch «Reversible» were built in the silver buckle of men belt. The wrist watches and writing implements appeared in the collection when the contract with Japanese Namiki was concluded.
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