Chopard Classic 18 ct white gold quartz Ref. 12/7437/8, 725/1

12/7437/8, 725/1
18 ct white gold quartz
Chopard Classic 18 ct white gold quartz Ref. 12/7437/8,  725/1

Chopard Classic 18 ct white gold quartz Ref. 12/7437/8, 725/1 On Sale

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Brand : Chopard
Model : Classic
Type : women's watch
construction : ~ 2015
Weight : 43.90 g
Mouvement : quartz
Case number : 555838
Reference number : 12/7437/8, 725/1
Case material : 18 ct white gold
Glass : sapphire glass
Clock face : white
Accessories : pictured new box

Clock face : very good condition
Glass : very good condition
Case : very good condition with minimal traces of use
Case back : very good condition with minimal traces of use
Bracelet : new and unworn
Movement/Caliber : fully operational / checked for performance, authenticity and functionality

Bracelet material : leather
fits up to a wrist of : 160.00 mm
Clasp : original 18K Chopard buckle
Description : High-Quality black leather strap - Made in Germany - .

Was: $388.5.00  SALE Price:  $259.00

Original Box :

Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sPuerto Rico Cayey
By Pierre de Flon  December 13,2019,1:13 am
I bought the Stuhrling clipper blue watch and I am very pleased. I looks great and i like the large face.


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