Good afternoon from wet and windy North Wales in the UK. Recently inherited 18k self winding ladies Omega wristwatch which was purchased new by my grandfather from a London jeweller in October 1973 for £930.00. The watch is in mint condition having not been worn for many years, and was last serviced 6 years ago. The model number is BA811 011 and the accompanying brochure states "From the Omega Jeux d'Or Collection. A chiselled mass of gold spilling onto the wide burnished bracelet, holds the crystal of smoky quartz. This model is imited edition." The reverse of the clasp is signed A Grima. The problem I have, is that the bracelet has never been adjusted and is far too big for my wife's wrist. If the bracelet is cut by a jeweller could it be corrected at a future date, and am I seriously detracting from the value if I do this? I would very much welcome any guidance.