• Vintage Maurice Lacroix Selena SE1021 Bi-Metal Steel Quartz Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Selena SE1021 Bi-Metal Steel Quartz Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Selena SE1021 Bi-Metal Steel Quartz Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Selena SE1021 Bi-Metal Steel Quartz Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Selena SE1021 Bi-Metal Steel Quartz Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Selena SE1021 Bi-Metal Steel Quartz Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Selena SE1021 Bi-Metal Steel Quartz Ladies Watch
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Maurice Lacroix

Selena SE1021 Quartz

S/N AI58010

£205
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Our Take

The Maurice Lacroix Selena SE1021 is a classy and elegant ladies watch, named after the God of the moon in Greek mythology so a nice story there, it came out in the ’90s. The stainless steel brushed finish case measures 21mm in diameter and 30mm from lug to lug, it’s in good condition but has some light surface wear. The white guilloche dial with gold markers, logo and a diamond to mark the 12 position are all under a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The crown is gold and appears to have been replaced, it is fading/worn. The back case bears the logo and although somewhat faded/scratched, at least its hidden by your arm! Serial/model numbers: AI58010 #SE1021. Its a quartz powered ETA 901.001 movement, running well and keeping time as it should. The original bi-metal strap with lateral release deployment clasp, shows some wear on the gold plated areas, s/n 450-000274, it measures 6.7” or 17cm. The watch comes without the original box and papers but a gift box will accompany it. Please don’t use this near water as we cannot guarantee water resistance.

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  • BrandMaurice Lacroix
  • ModelSelena SE1021
  • GenderLadies
  • Year1990s
  • OriginSwitzerland
  • Dimensions21mm X 30mm
  • MovementQuartz
  • GlassSapphire
  • Case MaterialStainless Steel
  • StrapSteel & Gold Plating
  • Box/PapersNo
  • Water ResistanceNo

About Maurice Lacroix

Although the company that first created Maurice Lacroix was formed in 1889, and did have significant links to the watch trade, Maurice Lacroix only formed in 1975. Unusually, the manufacturer had the capability to produce their own cases, but didn’t produce their own first in-house movement until 2006.

Not a traditional, centuries-old maker, but well respected and the vintage lines are collectible thanks to the elegant style that they bring to any outfit. Think sophisticated rather than utility.