Tiffany & Co Submariner
Tiffany & Co Submariner
Tiffany & Co Submariner
Tiffany & Co Submariner
Tiffany & Co Submariner
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Tiffany & Co Submariner

Brand: Rolex
Model Name: Tiffany & Co Submariner

Year: 1990
Stock #: 1867
Reference #: 16613
Serial #: E36XXXX
Dial: Black
Bezel: 18k Yellow Gold Bezel Black-Insert
Crystal: Scratch resistant sapphire crystal, Cyclops magnifier
Case Size: 40mm
Band: 18kt Yellow Gold, Stainless Steel Oyster Band
Material: Two Tone
Movement: Automatic
Water Resistant: Yes

Status: Preowned
Box and Papers: No, No
Serviced: Yes, Always
Warranty: 24 month GCW warranty

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Price: $29,995.00
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About the Watch

When two towering icons of their industry collaborate magic happens. That is exactly the case with the Tiffany & Co. Rolex Submariner. While Rolex no longer embraces the practice, co-branding was once fairly common. It became popular in the 1960's and continued for the next few decades. In this case, Rolex allowed Tiffany to stamp the dials of the Rolex watches sold in their boutiques. For many years, the watches could then be serviced by either company. Problems arose due to inconsistencies in the dial stamping. Originally all of the dials were stamped by hand at the NYC Tiffany’s location, but eventually other branches began stamping them as well. The variability was a problem for Rolex and they took over the majority of the stamping process. Rolex stopped honoring the warranties of watches stamped at Tiffany locations in the 1990’s. In return, Tiffany stopped selling Rolex watches and their relationship ended. The number of these double-signed watches is relatively low, particularly a model as popular as a Submariner, making this piece a true prize for any collector.

About the Brand

Founded in 1905, Rolex has since grown to be one of the most iconic, recognizable, and luxurious watch brands in the world. Seeking to succeed independently from the jewelers he had been collaborating with in London, Hans Wilsdorf relocated to Switzerland in 1908. There, the brand's iconic name “Rolex” came to be — supposedly because Wilsdorf thought it was easy to pronounce and sounded like a watch being wound.

Obsessed with precision and accuracy, Wilsdorf worked hard to fit his timepieces with quality movements that would surpass the test of time. After gaining some popularity, Rolex relocated once again — this time to a watchmaker's town in Geneva. In 1926 they released the Oyster case, the world’s first water-resistant case, complete with an airtight, screw-down crown. In 1931 Rolex patented a self-winding mechanism called a Perpetual rotor — and the Oyster Perpetual was born. This caliber of innovation and creativity paved Rolex's trajectory to the prestigious, industry-leading brand they are today. A number of Rolex references — like the Daytona, Submariner, Datejust, and GMT Master — are among the most sought-after vintage watches of all time. To date, Rolex is the largest manufacturer of certified Swiss-made chronometers. Both their new and vintage watches — many of which increase in value as they age — are considered a mark of prestige, a good investment, and one of the best watches in the world.