10 June 2009
PATEK PHILIPPE. A LADY'S 18K GOLD, PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND ENAMEL KEYLESS LEVER PENDANT WATCH
SIGNED PATEK PHILIPPE & CIE., GENEVA, MOVEMENT NO. 164272, CASE NO. 270237, MANUFACTURED IN 1911
Cal. 10 gilt-finished lever movement, bi-metallic compensation balance, wolf's tooth winding, gold cuvette, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, gold case with translucent gray-blue enamel over engine-turning to the bezel and back, banded by a ring of opaque white enamel, back enhanced by opaque white enamel flowers and swags, centered by platinum filigree surround set with rose-cut diamonds, case, cuvette, movement and dial signed, corresponding chain with cylindrical tapered links enhanced by translucent gray-blue enamel over engine turning, associated sterling bow
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With xerox Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch in 1911 and its subsequent sale on July 12, 1912. Further accompanied by the Patek Philippe fitted leather-covered box.
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