10 April 2002
Longines. An 18K gold and enamel openface keyless lever pendant watch with associated matching gold and enamel chain
Signed Longines, retailed by Tiffany & Co., No. 2349203, circa 1910
With nickel-finished lever movement, 17 jewels, bimetallic compensation balance, the gilt engine-turned dial with Arabic numerals on gilt matte chapter ring, blued steel moon-style hands, the circular case with translucent light blue guilloche enamel decoration to the bezel, band, pendant and bow, the snap on back with translucent light blue guilloche enamel decoration further enhanced with floral and scroll details, together with an associated matching two colour gold chain with blue and white enamel decoration, case signed Wittnauer & Co., dial signed Tiffany & Co., movement signed Longines and Tiffany & Co.
27 mm. diam.
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