29 May 2008
18K GOLD, DIAMOND-SET AND ENAMEL OPENFACE KEYLESS LEVER PENDANT WATCH
SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE & CIE., GENEVE, MOVEMENT NO. 155'886, CASE NO. 258'573, MANUFACTURED IN 1909
Calibre 10''', 18 jewels, Earnshaw balance, index regulator, gold cuvette inscribed Elizabeth from Henry, February 16th 1915, the white enamel dial with Breguet numerals, outer railway minute track, gold Louis XV hands, in four-part case with translucent bluish green enamel bezel and gold rim, the reverse centred by a "Limoges" painting of a lady on zircon-blue enamel background, surrounded by an intricately detailed platinum filigree diamond-set foliage decoration on bluish green translucent guilloched enamel, blue zircon guilloched enamel band, case, cuvette, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 27 mm.
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