Movement : Quartz
Age : 2011/2030
Specific Age : Circa. 2018
Case Size : 34mm
Case Thickness : 10mm
Lug to Lug : 42mm
Lugs : 18mm
Condition : Pre-Owned
Box & Papers : Box & Booklet
Case Material : Stainless Steel
Warranty : 12-Months NON-Waterproof Warranty
The wrist model's wrist size is 7inch
Here we have a 2018 Louis Vuitton Tambour Brown Quartz 34mm Q1311, the Tambour collection was first introduced in 2002. A 34mm polished stainless steel case curves over your wrist with pronounced angled drilled lugs, giving the watch a unique profile, and a lug-to-lug length of 42mm and a case thickness of 10mm ensure a comfortable fit. Around the case, Vuitton is engraved and on the right side is a signed octagonal push/pull crown. A flat sapphire crystal sits above a brown dial, and an outer minute chapter ring surrounds applied Arabic numerals and baton indexes marking the hours, as you rotate your wrist the polished indexes play with the light, at 3 o’clock a date window, and slender baton hands filled with lume are complemented by a yellow second hand. At 12 o’clock we the Louis Vuitton motif completing this dynamic dress watch. On the reverse, a screwed-down case back with the details of the watch around its edge and the Louis Vuitton logo engraving decorates the centre. Inside a Quartz movement. The watch comes paired with its 18mm leather strap with a Louis Vuitton signed polished buckle.
The Louis Vuitton Tambour is a well recognised model among the Louis Vuitton catalogue and offers great valueand a great design from a name such as Louis Vuitton. It won't be for everyone, and that is perfectly fine! This would make a wonderful Christmas Gift in my opinion, so snap it up whilst you can and get it under the tree.
In 1854 Louis Vuitton was established with the opening of the box-making and packing workshop at 4, Rue Neuve-des-Capucines. It wasn’t until 2002 that they ventured into the luxury watch market with the launch of the Tambour fine watch collection with the chronometer-certified LV 277 Chronograph, the first watch inspired by the Louis Vuitton Cup. In 2008 they opened workshops in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, a town famous for its watchmaking expertise; over 90% of the parts that are assembled there are Swiss-made. Movements are sourced principally from ETA, Dubois-Dépraz, Jaquet and Zenith, a sister company within the LVMH group which makes the legendary “El Primero” chronograph. In 2011 LVMH took over movement-maker La Fabrique du Temps. Later in 2012, LVMH took over dial-maker Léman Cadrans extending their ability to source parts and manufacture watches in an efficient manner.