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March 26, 1988 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-26

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JEAN LASSALE

BEAUTY IS EPHEMERAL.
TIME FLIES.
AND NOTHING LASTS FOREVER.
WITH THE POSSIBLE EXCEPTION OF THALASSA FROM JEAN LASSALE.

There are few clubs more select than the U.S. Congress.
Thalassa owners happen to be one. Which is fine with us. Because the new
Thalassa is just not for everyone. With its hourglass links of polished 18K gold,
its supple bracelet and distinctive porthole dial, Thalassa
was designed for those with a very special sensibility. For things
uncommonly beautiful and exquisitely detailed. And the best thing about
this club is that the only vote you'll need to join is your own.

TpALAssA

Perhaps the most beautiful watch in the world.

JULES R. SCHUBOT

jewellers — gemologists

3001 West Big Beaver Road • Suite 112 • Troy, Michigan 48084 • (313) 649-1122

Registered Jeweler

American Gem Society

© 1986 Jean Lassale, Inc.

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