Accompanied by a Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with enamel hunt scene in 1969 and its subsequent sale on March 17th, 1975.
L. Pellarin-Leroy was one of the top enamelist working for Patek Philippe in the late 1960s and 1970s. Along with other well-known miniature enamelist M. Bishoff and Suzanne Rohr, they render images from the country hunt to reproductions of well-known works of art. Often the theme was chosen by the client and could also include portraits of family members. Research shows L. Pellarin-Leroy may have made as many as two dozen miniature enamels. Often her motifs follow a country scene like Going Hunting or a fisherman at the riverbank.