• Vintage Gucci 5300L Quartz Gold Plated Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Gucci 5300L Quartz Gold Plated Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Gucci 5300L Quartz Gold Plated Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Gucci 5300L Quartz Gold Plated Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Gucci 5300L Quartz Gold Plated Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Gucci 5300L Quartz Gold Plated Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Gucci 5300L Quartz Gold Plated Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Gucci 5300L Quartz Gold Plated Ladies Watch
  • Vintage Gucci 5300L Quartz Gold Plated Ladies Watch
SKU 1883

Gucci

5300L Quartz

S/N 0022597

Out of Stock
Free Delivery
30 Day Returns

Our Take

Although Gucci is actually an Italian company, their watches are produced and assembled in Switzerland, which only says one thing, quality. During the ’90s the Gucci watch market exploded and the 5300L ladies model was amongst those produced. The uniquely designed rounded gold plated case with domed glass and fancy lugs make it stand out from the crowd, this one measuring around 24mm in diameter and 25mm from lug to lug, rather petite so make sure it will fit. It has a plexiglass crystal protecting the beautiful mother of pearl dial and gold sword-shaped hands. The gold plated back case does have a few light scratches and is marked with the logo and model/s/n 5300L #0022597. The original gold crown is signed with the logo and sets the time. The original black genuine leather bracelet with gold buckle is hardly used, and it will fit a wrist size of 6.3” or 17cm approximately. The watch comes with the original box but the papers are long gone. Water-resistance cannot be guaranteed.

Click Icons For More Information
  • BrandGucci
  • Model5300L
  • GenderLadies
  • Year1990s
  • OriginSwitzerland
  • Dimensions24mm x 25mm
  • MovementQuartz
  • GlassPlexiglass
  • Case MaterialGold Plated
  • StrapLeather
  • Box/PapersBox Only
  • Water ResistanceNo

About Gucci

Although the Gucci brand first started back in 1906, it was known mainly for the quality leather goods they made, which quickly became world famous. It wasn’t until the 70s that they decided to branch out with fashion watches, with a licensing agreement with Severin Montres (who they would later go on to buy outright in 1997).

While the partnership produced such style icons as the Gucci G watch, so called because the stylised ‘G’ was used as an integral part of the case design, it’s fair to say that it was a case of style over substance – all the watches used a quality Swiss movement.

Gucci watches are instantly recognisable, thanks in part to the often incorporated G logo, and for the stylistas, there’s nothing finer.