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  • Manufacturer: Chanel
    Model Name: CHANEL, MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ for Only Watch
    Material: 18-carat white gold case (37.5 mm) set with 60 brilliant-cut diamonds (~ 1 carat)
    18-carat white gold case-back

    Calibre: High precision quartz movement off centered at 5 o'clock. Water resistance: 30 meters
    Bracelet/Strap: White satin strap. 18-carat white gold ardillon buckle set with 80 brilliant-cut diamonds (~ 0.49 carat)
    Dimensions: 37.5 mm. Diameter

  • Catalogue Essay

    Since the birth of the House, exceptional savoir-faire has always been at the heart of CHANEL creations. MADEMOISELLE PRIVE collection pays tribute to watchmaking arts and skills such as enamelling, engraving, setting and marquetry, but also to the artistic crafts of Couture.

    To enhance these exceptional timepieces, CHANEL has called on the services of Maison Lesage, the guardians of a rare and precious expertise of embroideries.

    Mademoiselle Chanel loved the delicate elegance and subtle milky colour of the camellia, making it her favourite flower. This symbolic flower is gracefully reinterpreted in this unique model.

    Fruit of an exquisite collaboration with Maison Lesage, the camellias are embroidered here with silk and metallic threads and natural pearls. This exceptional piece is hand-stitched in a highly delicate display of precision and refinement.


Lot offered with No Reserve

This one-off Mademoiselle Privé Camellia Garden opens the door to the intimate world of Gabrielle Chanel and showcases one of her most cherished symbol: the camellia. The delicate dial exclusively designed for Only Watch is finely hand embroidered by la Maison Lesage with natural pearls, silk and metallic threads.

37.5 mm. Diameter

CHF35,000 - 45,000 

Sold for CHF38,000

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Geneva Auction 7 November 2015 3pm