12 May 2008
Movado. A fine and unusual 18K gold and enamel openface keyless lever dress watch, made for the Turkish Market
Signed Movado, Chronomètre, case no. 5429, circa 1914
With eccentric and small nickel-finished lever movement, 15 jewels, bimetallic compensation balance, the eccentric oval-shaped silvered matte dial with Roman numerals to the upper half of the circular case, engraved initials to the lower half, the hinged back centred by a painted polychrome enamel portrait of an Ottoman Gentleman, signed E.V. 1914, case numbered, dial and movement signed
46 mm. diam.
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