Cyma 18k Yellow Gold Ladies Watch, Cymaflex Anti-shock, Nice Vintage For Sale
Cyma Lady’s Watch
Up for sale I have this rare VINTAGE original Cyma Cymaflex lady’s wrist watch and it is in excellent conditions or better for its age, shows some slight marks.
This Swiss made Cyma Cymaflex ANTI-SHOCK is done in 18K gold and has a unique fabulous looking retro cocktail wrist watch, and can be worn for day, evening and special occasions.
The watch is designed with fancy offset lugs to add the exotic look, mounted in the black velvet shoestring rope style wrist strap which setsoff the watch beautifully. It has gold plated clasps.
The silver white dial whit gold color handles are in excellent condition with the applied Cyma logo and is signed Cyma Cymaflex, Swiss Made.The winding crown has the nice Cyma logo.
Is properly hallmarked 18K 0,750 (129) on the inside of the solid “square look” case back, serial number 8-9412-391 together with the mark 391, sign Cyma watch, Swiss made, also it has the original Cyma Cymaflex old price tag.
Movement inside is powered by Cyma Swiss made17 jewels R.434 K manual wind movement, (Tavannes, Switzerland) 249650.
The watch is 6.32mm thick without measures the glass. The side is 13.00mm without measures the crown and 27.07mm (lug to lug). Band is about 175mm long.
Please refer to the pictures (ACTUAL WATCH for SALE) for more cosmetic condition.
This is truly a very beautiful collector’s piece for any serious collector!!!
The Schwob brothers named the company CYMA, the French word for summit. In early years, the company had a staff of 40 people and 55 machines that together produced about 40 watches a day. However, it was not until 1892 in which the brothers partnered with Frédéric Henri Sandoz, the owner of the watch wholesale company,Henri Sandoz et Cie, that the business expanded. Under Sandoz's leadership, the company became the Cyma Watch Company and built the famous Cyma factory in La Chaud de Fondsin the Jura Mountains, in Switzerland. Both towns had been the center of the Swiss watch making industry during the 19th century.