• Vintage Maurice Lacroix Calypso 59725 Quartz Ladies Watch 2000
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Calypso 59725 Quartz Ladies Watch 2000
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Calypso 59725 Quartz Ladies Watch 2000
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Calypso 59725 Quartz Ladies Watch 2000
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Calypso 59725 Quartz Ladies Watch 2000
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Calypso 59725 Quartz Ladies Watch 2000
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Calypso 59725 Quartz Ladies Watch 2000
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Calypso 59725 Quartz Ladies Watch 2000
  • Vintage Maurice Lacroix Calypso 59725 Quartz Ladies Watch 2000
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Maurice Lacroix

Calypso 59725

S/N 22579

£229.00
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Our Take

The Maurice Lacroix Calypso 59725 named after the goddess-nymph of the mythical island of Ogygia and the daughter of the Titan Atlas, came out in the ’90s. The gold plated steel case measures 22mm in diameter and 24mm from lug to lug, it’s in good condition and has some nice fancy lugs. The dial is pristine white with a combination of gold markers and Roman numerals, also gold hands, and the logo is at the 12 o’clock position, all under a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The crown is gold and black cabochon. The gold plated back case has the logo, Serial/model numbers: 59725 #22579. It’s a quartz-powered movement, running well and keeping time as it should. The original gold plated strap with butterfly clasp is beautiful and has intricate links, it will fit a wrist of about 7.5” or 19cm. Overall a great watch, with slight fading in the gold here and there to be noted. The watch comes with the original box. Please don’t use this near water as we cannot guarantee water resistance.

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  • BrandMaurice Lacroix
  • ModelCalypso
  • GenderLadies
  • Year1990s
  • OriginSwitzerland
  • Dimensions22mm X 24mm
  • MovementQuartz
  • GlassSapphire
  • Case MaterialGold Plated
  • StrapGold Plated
  • Box/PapersBox Only
  • 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.