12 November 2007
Vacheron Constantin. A fine 18K gold, platinum, enamel and diamond-set openface keyless lever pendant watch
Signed Vacheron & Constantin, Geneve, Suisse, movement no. 370'121, case no. 215'435, circa 1915
With nickel-finished lever movement, 18 jewels, bimetallic compensation balance, gold cuvette, the engine-turned silvered dial with Arabic numerals on blank chapter ring, in scalloped case with white enamel decorated band, translucent light blue guilloché enamel bezel, the translucent light blue guilloché enamel centred by an applied finely detailed platinum-mounted filigrée diamond-set floral decoration, case, cuvette, dial and movement signed
30 mm. diam.
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