Here is a very rare Rolex watch and jewellery box made in the Rolex Jubilee livery. The Rolex Jubilee dial was brought out in 1985 to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Rolex Datejust, and it is a dial on a Rolex watch that has the word “Rolex” repeatedly running across it. This same technique is seen here on the blue outer case giving it such a unique and exciting design.
Measuring 29.5cm across by 21cm deep and 9cm high, on the front the lock is opened with the original Rolex key and sliding the two locking nuts out, which display the Rolex coronet on each one.
Once open, the blue interior looks so regal, and there in the centre is the holder for your watch and a ring holder on each side. Taking this level out reveals another section for rings on each side and a large section in the centre for necklaces or bracelets, and below this, yet another section, making this perfect for all of your jewellery storage.
This is the ultimate Rolex watch and jewellery box, that is as exciting as they come.
Rolex Jubilee watch box.
Rolex Jubilee watch box reference 51.00.71.
This Rolex watch box has two additional levels to store your jewellery. Complete with its original Rolex key, this is the Rolex watch box 51.00.71 reference.
Just like the watches themselves, Rolex watch boxes are becoming increasingly sought after. This particular Rolex watch box is so much more with not one, but three levels to hold not only the watch, but jewellery as well.
What is the Rolex Jubilee dial?
To commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Rolex Datejust, in 1985 they released the Jubilee dial. This is a dial that has the word “Rolex” repeatedly running across the dial.
Rolex watch repair Sydney.
Where can I service my Rolex watch in Sydney?
Kalmar Antiques now employ a Rolex trained watchmaker on site!
When we expanded and renovated our store in late 2022, we put in not only a full watchmaking and polishing workshop, but a watchmaker who used to work for Rolex for nearly seven years. This allows us to be able to service your Rolex to Rolex standards, as well as other watch brands such as Omega, Cartier and Patek Philippe to name a few.
How often should I service my Rolex?
We recommend to service your Rolex every five years. If you wear the watch in water, we strongly suggest having your Rolex watch, or any watch for that matter, pressure tested once a year.
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