Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust ref. 16234 with sodalite dial
Established in 1905 by Hans Wilsdorf and Alfred Davis, Rolex revolutionized watchmaking with the first waterproof Oyster in 1926. Pioneering innovations like the self-winding Perpetual movement in 1931 solidified Rolex’s reputation for precision and reliability. Through iconic models like the Submariner and Daytona, Rolex attained global prominence, symbolizing luxury, exceptional craftsmanship, and enduring quality in the world of watches.
This Datejust 16234, featuring with a rare sodalite and diamonds dial, exemplifies luxury and sophistication. Introduced in the late 1980s, this timepiece seamlessly blends classic design with opulent detailing. The bright blue sodalite dial, punctuated by diamond hour markers, adds a touch of glamour to the iconic Datejust model. Crafted in stainless steel with a white gold fluted bezel, the 16234 is a symbol of enduring elegance. This unique combination of precious stones and Rolex precision makes it a coveted collector’s piece, embodying the brand’s commitment to both style and substance.
Owned until recently by a French collector, it is ready to take an important place into a new collection.