CIRCA: 2008
CASE MATERIAL: 18k white gold with black sapphires and diamonds
BRACELET MATERIAL: Black rubber strap with diamonds
DIAL: Black dial with diamond stripes and diamond hour markers
MOVEMENT: Automatic
FUNCTIONS: Time and quickset date
ACCESSORIES: 18k white gold Rolex deployant clasp

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Rolex debuted the Datejust in 1954 and it still remains a cornerstone in the modern Rolex collection. Rolex has made many different variations of this model over the years. The present example is an interesting variation featuring a "zebra" motif. The case is 18k white gold, the dial is black with diamonds in a stripe formation with diamond hour markers, the bezel has black sapphires on the front with diamonds around the edge, the end links have diamonds set in them, and the rubber strap has five diamonds set on each side (10 total).

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