16 November 2009
Cartier. A fine 18K gold, enamel, lapis lazuli and diamond-set pendant watch with matching chain
Signed Cartier, nos. 4'333 and 11'870, circa 1915
Later oval nickel-finished lever movement, 20 jewels, silvered matte dial, Roman numerals, circular case, turquoise enamel geometrical decorated band, lapis lazuli top, pavé-set diamond white gold loop, matching 18K gold, blue enamel and pearl-set chain, case and bow numbered, dial signed Cartier, and movement signed Cartier Inc.
24 mm. diam.
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