Rolex Watches Sedona
When I’m thinking of Rolex watches Sedona, the classic Rolex Submariner always comes to mind, one of my favorite. Whether you are in the market for a pre-owned Rolex or would like to sell your Rolex watch in Sedona, we can help you receive the highest price for your used Rolex watch.
Let our marketing and sales team use our network of buyers and sellers to promote
your Rolex watch on a world market, Sedona Antiques & Jewelry Fine Consignment is more than your basic consignment service. When consigning which means trusting us with a very valuable piece of jewelry, the first action we take is keeping all transactions private for the safety of our clients and ourselves, this also means keeping precious items in a secure location with 24/7 security. If your watch needs a cleaning and a tune up, we can accommodate you.
We Buy Used Rolex Watches
We buy and sell used men’s and women’s Rolex watches Sedona, some of the watches we are very interested in are listed below, we buy all model years.
- Oyster Perpetual Air-King
- Rolex Watches Sedona
Rolex watches are still one of the most sought after time pieces to date worldwide, Rolex is still going strong ever since 1910 when the first Chronometric Precision wristwatch to be granted a Swiss certification. There is nothing more that shows class than a work of art like a Rolex watch.
If you are visiting or a local to Sedona AZ, stop in to our store and take a look at our merchandise, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us by clicking here. We are located at 40 Soldiers Pass Rd Sedona, AZ suite 4, we are open Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Rolex Nanotechnology Security Gizmag
Is that a real Rolex, or a fake? Thanks to research currently being carried out at Switzerland’s Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) research institute, an ultraviolet lamp may soon be all that you need to tell the difference between luxury watches and knock-offs.
The “DNAwatch” technology is actually being developed by EPFL spinoff company Nanoga, and involves what is being referred to as a nanoscopic watermark. Read more
More information is available in the following video below.