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Hi, Benedict....since you actually have the watch, take it to a real jeweler! He has a scale for weighing the white gold, and frankly, we don't know doodley-squat about appraising diamonds. You can just say something like 'you want to know how much to insure it for'.
There may be someone here who could tell you about the watch's movement if we saw it, but being a Lady's watch, it would have no collector interest unless you just happened to stumble across someone who specialized in lady's watches...and I don't know of anyone off hand.
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