This a great example of a vintage 1990, two-toned Rolex Datejust, ref: 16233. Its 36mm case in Steel & 18K Yellow Gold, comes with a two toned Jubilee bracelet.
The champagne & baton dial is framed with a solid gold fluted bezel and powered by an automatic movement, Calibre 3135.
Due to the timeless aesthetics, Datejust is still relevant even after seven decades and will continue to transcend fashions long into the future. Whilst retaining the enduring codes that make it one of the most recognised and everlasting watches in the Rolex collection.
This watch comes with the original 'punched' Rolex papers a 24 Month Pride & Pinion Warranty.
Rolex calls the Datejust “The Classic Watch of Reference”. The original Datejust launched in 1945 (ref: 4467) to celebrate Rolex’s 40th anniversary and was the first wristwatch with an automatically changing date function. Due to the chic aesthetics, this watch has stayed relevant even after seven decades and will continue to transcend fashions long into the future. Whilst retaining the enduring codes that make it one of the most recognized and everlasting watches in the Rolex collection. We feel the Datejust is a perfect entry level watch for those interested in investing in their first luxury watch.
|Material (Case)||Stainless Steel and Yellow Gold Fluted Bezel|
|Bracelet||Steel & Gold Jubilee|