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Schwarz Etienne History
Steel/18K Schwarz-Etienne Split Seconds Chronograph circa late 1990s. The split seconds chronograph is one of the most complicated functions on a mechanical watch and is rarely seen, this is a limited series piece, movement is numbered #084 and model number is LE no.33. The watch keeps accurate time on the wrist; both the chronograph and split seconds work exactly as designed. This is a true luxury piece, made of steel and 18K gold and has silvered dial is gorgeous with machined sub dials, gold being the crown and 3 pushers, applied numerals, bezel and bracelet interlay. Schwarz Etienne was founded in 1902
Schwarz Etienne Split-Seconds Chronograph LE No.33
Switzerland, circa 1998
Automatic movement, caliber Valjoux 7753, 31 jewels, No. 084; hours, minutes, seconds, split-seconds chronograph
Matte Silver guilloché dial with applied gold Roman numeral hour-markers, chronograph registers and constant seconds sub dials, minutes and tachymeter outer rings; Blued steel hands
Steel and 18kt Yellow Gold case, with engraved telemeter bezel, crown, pushers, and screw-down sapphire caseback
Schwarz Etienne Steel and gold bracelet with signed double fold clasp.
Case No. 595402 078
Case Diameter: 39mm (excluding the screw-down crown), lug to lug measures 46mm, Height: 15mm
Lug width is 20 mm
Watch fits a wrist of 18.5 cm (7.25 inches).
Timepiece is in very good condition with minor traces of wear. The watch keeps accurate time on the wrist; both the chronograph and split seconds work exactly as designed. Photos are magnified and show details not seen by naked eye, the case measures 39 mm across (not including crown) x 46 mm lug to lug.