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Swiss. A lady’s fine and extremely attractive 18K gold, enamel and diamond-set open face keyless cylinder pendant watch with gold, enamel and diamond-set detachable brooch and original Beyer fitted box
Swiss. A lady’s fine and extremely attractive 18K gold, enamel and diamond-set open face keyless cylinder pendant watch with gold, enamel and diamond-set detachable brooch and original Beyer fitted box
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Swiss. A lady’s fine and extremely attractive 18K gold, enamel and diamond-set open face keyless cylinder pendant watch with gold, enamel and diamond-set detachable brooch and original Beyer fitted box

SIGNED TH. BEYER’S SOHN, ZÜRICH, NO. 10'334, CIRCA 1900

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Swiss. A lady’s fine and extremely attractive 18K gold, enamel and diamond-set open face keyless cylinder pendant watch with gold, enamel and diamond-set detachable brooch and original Beyer fitted box
Signed Th. Beyer’s Sohn, Zürich, no. 10'334, circa 1900
Movement: cal. 9’’’, manual
Dial: white enamel with blue Arabic numerals
Case: four-body overlaid with translucent red guilloche enamel, back cover decorated with a painted on enamel portrait of a young lady within a rose-cut diamond-set rococo frame, trefoil bow, hinged gold cuvette, 24 mm. diam., signed
With: original fitted presentation box signed Th. Beyer’s Sohn, Bahnhofstrasse, Zürich, gold, enamel and diamond-set detachable brooch in the form of a coiled serpent around a sword
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Beyer Chronometrie Zurich
Since its foundation in 1760, the prestigious firm has always been passed down from father to son, each a fully trained watchmaker. Beyer Chronometrie was the first shop in Switzerland specializing exclusively in watches, clocks and jewellery. The firm is currently managed by René Beyer who represents the eighth generation of the Beyer family.

The company also owns the renowned Clock and Watch Museum Beyer Zurich, one of the world's most important horological collections. It comprises some 500 pieces dating from 1400 BC to the present day.

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