Expected to fetch between £6,000-£8,000 at our Thursday 19th August auction.
The Rolex Submariner was introduced in 1954 and is an instantly recognisable classic. It enjoys a well-deserved reputation as ‘the’ divers watch and has seen a number of updates and improvements since it’s introduction. Part of the Oyster Perpetual line-up of Rolex watches, they are water resistant down to 1000ft and are known for their toughness and durability, able to withstand the extremes of deep sea diving. The Submariner is known as a ‘tool’ watch, due to it’s dive timer rotating bezel and is an essential part of any watch collection.
Expected to fetch between £6,000 and £8,000 in our 19th August auction
This example is coming up for sale in our auction on the 19th August. It dates from the mid 2010s and was the first Submariner reference to feature a Cerachrom ceramic bezel insert, inset with platinum numerals, an update from the aluminium bezels of previous generations. The 18ct white gold indices feature updated Chromalight blue luminous material and the stainless steel Oyster bracelet features the unique Glidelock clasp adjustment system.