Lockdown Click & Collect
Our stores are OPEN to provide limited, essential service in Chester, Liverpool city centre and Birkenhead.
We don’t sell by post, but you can also “Click & Collect” an item available here, without obligation if you change your mind before collecting. Simply click on the item you like and fill in the brief enquiry form, asking us to reserve it for you. You can expect a quick response, but please wait until your reservation is confirmed by email.
Alternatively, you can simply email the stock number (for example 12-34-567) and your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we will NOT be able to move stock between stores, so check first that the item you would like is located in a store you can visit : Chester, Liverpool city centre or Birkenhead. This should be visible when you first click on the individual item. Jewellery may be reserved for 48 hours, watches for only 24 hours.
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£14,999 Stock number: 52-24-001
Very rare specification! 36mm Rolex Day-Date model 118209 in 18ct white gold with genuine Rolex salmon pink / myriad diamond (pavé ring) dial. Has President 83209 bracelet with concealed clasp. This eye-catching watch, suitable for a lady or a gentleman, is in very pleasing condition with only moderate signs of wear for its age. It comes with large Rolex boxes, Day-Date booklet and UK papers from Deacon & Son in Swindon dated December 2005. The nearest new equivalent has just a simple diamond dot dial and is now £31,200 – but one with the pavé ring myriad dial, if it were still available, would be dearer again.Stock number: 52-24-001£4,299 Stock number: 12-66-021
Boxed and papered set in lovely condition, of interest to collectors! Stainless steel Rolex Oysterquartz Datejust model 17000 with silver / baton dial. Contrary to the widely-held belief of a million wine-bar experts, for over twenty years Rolex DID make a quartz Oyster whose second hand TICKS rather than sweeps, as one might otherwise rightly expect of their mechanical watches. These Oysterquartz models are quite rare and their angular looks are not to everyone’s taste, but they have a growing following and this one is in wonderful condition. It comes with Rolex boxes, Oysterquartz booklets, red swing-tag, original UK papers from Boodle & Dunthorne dated February 1999* and a Rolex UK service slip from 2007. We like to warn prospective buyers just how LOUD the ticking sound always is on the Rolex 5035 quartz module. If you enjoy stalking lions, work for the Special Forces or are plagued by fears that a ticking bomb might be under your living room chair, this may not be the model for you. This watch is sold with a one year warranty, since the Oysterquartz range is now discontinued. Please click through the image on the left to see some of the items accompanying this watch.
* The watch has an N24xxxx case number suggesting that it was first supplied to Boodles some years before it finally sold. Like many Rolex models which now interest collectors, the Oysterquartz was not a popular watch in its own production lifetime.Stock number: 12-66-021