With matching iron key.
The present watch is a typical example of a so-called "Puritan" watch referring to the simplicity of its appearance and supposedly in character with the Puritan austerity.
The silver dial is easy to read and the double-ended hour hand allows it to be moved with the fingers easily and without damages.
These watches usually had outer cases as an extra protection against damage and dust, often lost over the centuries - the presence of the travelling case of this watch further enhancing its appeal.
The watchmaker Grégoire Gamot (1628-1673) was active in Paris at Rue de la Barillerie in the mid-17th century. Another example of his work could be found in the Pierpont Morgan Collection (see Dictionnaire des Horloges Français by Tardy, p. 244).