Winding mechanism – Silver .800
Beautiful Swiss, antique silver women's pocket watch, presumably from the late 19th century.
The watch has a double case and is in fine working condition, considering its age.
The outer lid features an angel with a child and a torch. There are multiple small hallmarks on the inside of both lids.
And 0.800 for the silver grade.
Inner lid is engraved with "Cilinder 10 rubis".
Dial is made of spotless white enamel with red hands and elegant red copper hands.
Case diameter is approx. 32 mm, without the crown and 40 mm including the crown, thickness approx. 9 mm.
Movement runs well and is fitted with a winding mechanism. Servicing is always recommended, however.
Not tested for accuracy.
Normal signs of wear. History/maintenance history of the watch is unknown.
Please see the photos to form your own impression.
Will be sent by registered and insured post.
|Member since:||January 3, 2013|
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Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United Kingdom||$ 14.08|
|United States||$ 18.77|
|Rest of Europe||$ 14.08|
|Rest of the World||$ 18.77|
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