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Gevril Men's 2000B Columbus Circle Automatic Luminous Stainless Steel Watch

Estimated price for orientation: 4 790 $

Category: Gevril Mens 2000

Condition: New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) in the original packaging (such as the original box or bag) and/or with the original tags attached. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition Brand: Gevril
Bezel Material: Stainless Steel MPN: 2000B
Bezel Function: Stationary Gender: Mens
Calendar: Day And Date Dial Color: Blue
Water Resistance: 50 Meters(165 feet) Band Colour: Silver
Crystal: Antireflective Sapphire Band Material: Stainless steel
Features: ETA 2834/2 Swiss Quartz movement, Geneva strips on rotor, Luminous hands, Picture of Columbus Circle engraved in cased back, exhibition window, easy to read dial, astrological symbols for the days of the week, Limited edition Swiss made 500 pieces, stainless steel case and bracelet Clasp: Deployment clasp with double push button safety
LACOSTE: Gevril Movement: Automatic-Self-Wind
UPC: 840840108784 Case Dimensions: 45 mm X 12 mm

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The Gevril watch company was begun by Jacques Gevril in the mid-1700s in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland's center of watch-making for centuries. He was a sought-after master of horology, and he created his first chronometer in 1743 and his first repetition dial in 1744. Most notably, he was called upon by the King of Spain in 1758 to produce a personal timepiece, which went over so well that Gevril was appointed as Royal Swiss Watchmaker to the Spanish Crown. The Gevril family tradition of watchmaking was passed onto Jacques's son, Moyse Gevril, and in 1784 he achieved the status of Master Clockmaker. During the 1800s, the Gevril family expanded their art to include enameling as well as the creation of dials for their watches. Gevriltimepieces are displayed in museums across Europe--most notably the Museum Geneve and the Rolex Museum (where a Gevril pocket watch is displayed in the collection personally selected by the Wilsdorf family, the founder of Rolex).  Today's signature Avenue of Americas line is based on a case design from the 1920, which was discovered after going through Gevril's raft of historical documents and design books. It has a retro look, but is updated with a bevelled dial with raised, hand-painted numbers and straight chrono pushers for a contemporary feel. Creating a Gevril timepiece is exhaustive, and Gevril expends years into the design and manufacture of its rare and enduring timepiece collections. It manufactures only limited edition collections, with 6,000 Gevril watches created each year and each line limited to 500 (stainless steel) or 100 (gold) pieces. The company also sources only the best materials and accoutrements, including 316L stainless steel, natural mother-of-pearl dials, Wesselton diamonds calibrated by CNC machines and Louisiana crocodile skin.