29 May 2008
VERY RARE, 18K GOLD AND AMETHYST-SET OPENFACE KEYLESS LEVER PENDANT WATCH WITH ENAMEL DIAL
MOVEMENT NO., 16'129, CASE NO. 16'129, MANUFACTURED IN 1859
Calibre 10''', gilt frosted, jewelled, cylinder escapement, Earnshaw balance, wooth's tooth winding wheels, Persian-indigo translucent enamel cuvette on guilloched background, the cream-coloured enamel dial with painted Roman numerals, outer railway minute track, blued steel moon hands, in four-part case, the reverse ornamented with amethysts and four rose-cut diamonds, movement signed
Diameter: 27 mm.
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