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GREGSON. A FINE GOLD, ENAMEL AND PEARL-SET OPENFACE KEYWOUND VERGE WATCH
GREGSON. A FINE GOLD, ENAMEL AND PEARL-SET OPENFACE KEYWOUND VERGE WATCH

SIGNED GREGSON, A PARIS, NO. 221, CIRCA 1800

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GREGSON. A FINE GOLD, ENAMEL AND PEARL-SET OPENFACE KEYWOUND VERGE WATCH SIGNED GREGSON, A PARIS, NO. 221, CIRCA 1800 Gilt keywound verge movement, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, case back with engine-turned translucent blue enamel surrounded by floral motifs, back rim and bezel set with pearls, dial and movement signed 52 mm. diam.

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US$8,000-11,000

Tardy's Dictionnaire des Horolgers Francais lists two Gregsons working in Paris at the end of the 18th Century. Jean, Horologer du Roi (watchmaker of the King) and Pierre Horologer de la Cour de France (watchmaker of the French Royal Court). The Gregsons were renowned for their high quality, often ultra flat verge, virgule and cylinder movements and cases finely decorated with enamel.

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