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Rolex Cellini Ref. 4310


Vintage Rolex 26mm x 34mm Cellini, Champagne Dial, 18k Yellow Gold Bracelet, Ref. 4310

The Rolex Cellini is a line of luxury dress watches that deviates from Rolex’s more sporty and tool-oriented timepieces. Named after the Italian Renaissance artist Benvenuto Cellini, the collection was first introduced in the 1960s and has since been associated with classic elegance and refined craftsmanship. Unlike Rolex’s iconic Oyster case watches, the Cellini features a more traditional and slim profile, often crafted from precious metals like gold or platinum. Over the years, the Cellini collection has seen various iterations and updates, incorporating different dial designs and complications, while maintaining its focus on timeless sophistication and horological excellence.

This Cellini watch from circa 1976 features an 18k gold case attached to an 18k gold bracelet that is a stunning bracelet in itself. The two blend seamlessly together to form a watch that tells the time while also being an elegant bracelet. It would be difficult to find its modern equivalent. Despite its distinct departure from Rolex’s sporty image, the Cellini remains a symbol of the brand’s versatility and mastery of watchmaking.

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Additional information

Band Material

18k Yellow Gold

Band Type


Box and Papers

No Box | No Papers





Case Material

18k Yellow Gold

Case Size




Crystal Material

Mineral Glass

Dial Color





< 30mm


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Item ID0006895
Model #4310
Model NameCellini
Year Producedca. 1976
Serial Number4XXXXXX


Rolex is recognized throughout the world not only as a brand associated with luxury, but as a watch that is both luxurious and precise.  For Rolex, this hard-won and well-deserved recognition was never in doubt.  The founder, Hans Wilsdorf named the company Rolex to be pronounceable in any language, as he anticipated the acclaim his company would receive due to relentless pursuit of precision and accuracy in a wristwatch.  Soon after its founding, Rolex produced the first wristwatch to receive the Swiss Certificate of Chronometric Precision, which was followed rapidly by receipt of a certificate of precision from the Kew Observatory in Great Britain.  From those roots Rolex built a legacy of innovation.  The Oyster watch was the first waterproof and dustproof wristwatch in 1926, followed by the first self-winding Perpetual rotor.  Building once again on innovation, the Datejust became the first self-winding wrist chronometer to include a date in a window on the dial.  Adventurous women and men who strive to make history have chosen Rolex for their expedition, which both perpetuates the brand’s claim to precision and dependability as well as attests to its veracity.  Hans Wilsdorf may have anticipated the acclaim Rolex would someday achieve, but even he might have been impressed with its success.