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Patek Philippe. A lady's very fine and attractive 18K pink gold diamond and ruby-set keyless lever pendant watch with later gold, diamond and pearl-set detachable brooch
Patek Philippe. A lady's very fine and attractive 18K pink gold diamond and ruby-set keyless lever pendant watch with later gold, diamond and pearl-set detachable brooch
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Patek Philippe. A lady's very fine and attractive 18K pink gold diamond and ruby-set keyless lever pendant watch with later gold, diamond and pearl-set detachable brooch

SIGNED PATEK, PHILIPPE & CIE, GENÈVE, MOVEMENT NO. 113’312, CASE NO. 223’450, MANUFACTURED IN 1899

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Patek Philippe. A lady's very fine and attractive 18K pink gold diamond and ruby-set keyless lever pendant watch with later gold, diamond and pearl-set detachable brooch
Signed Patek, Philippe & Cie, Genève, movement no. 113’312, case no. 223’450, manufactured in 1899
Movement: cal. 10’’’, manual, 18 jewels, wolf’s tooth winding, signed
Dial: white enamel, signed
Case: three-body, entirely chased with gold flowers in relief on a matte ground, the back with a flower spray set with old-cut diamonds and rubies, hinged gold cuvette with engraved dedication, 27 mm. diam., signed
With: later added detachable gold brooch set with old-cut diamonds and a single pearl, Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with case back with diamond and rubies flowers decoration in 1899 and its subsequent sale on 26 June 1900

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Lot Essay

Fresh to the market, this beautiful lady’s pendant watch epitomizes the delicacy and femininity of the precious objects made during the “belle époque”.

A watch decorated with a similar goldwork technique is illustrated in: Patek Philippe, Huber & Banbery, 1982, p. 142.

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