Patek Philippe 7011/1R Nautilus 18K Rose Gold Ladies Watch Quartz (32495)

32495 Patek Philippe 7011 Ladies Nautilus, 7011/1R, 18K rose gold on an 18K rose gold bracelet, Patek Philippe Calibre E23SC quartz movement, date window at 3 o'clock, centered sweep seconds hand, silver dial, luminescent hands and index hour markers, diameter: 32mm, thickness: 7mm, water resistant, sapphire crystal, like new with original box and extract from Patek archives dated 2009.


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This is an 18k rose gold Patek Philippe Ladies Nautilus 7011/1R. It has an integral 18k rose gold link bracelet with a folding deployment clasp, and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. The 18K rose gold crown is protected with a partial crown guard, and there is a solid screw down case back with the original case back sticker still intact. The 32mm by 35mm solid two-body cushion-shaped case, hooded lugs, bracelet, and flat octagonal bezel, are polished/brushed. The dial is silver with an embossed horizontal strips in the center, and applied gold baton hour markers with luminous inserts, around a perimeter gold dot minute/second scale. It has gold baton hands, a center seconds hand, and there is a date aperture window at the three o'clock position. It's water resistant to 120 meters/390 feet, and the 7mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed.

This Patek Philippe Ladies Nautilus 7011/1R has an electronic Patek Philippe caliber E23 SC quartz E 23 SC movement, with a 1.55 V silver oxide quartz battery with quartz standardization. It's constructed with 7 jewels, 80 components, and oscillates at a frequency of 32,768 vph (Hz).

The Patek Philippe Nautilus Nautilus was introduced in the 1970's and remains an iconic piece today.