We can't find a maker mark that we're able to identify, though you see in our images what we had to work with. I think this is a Swiss made watch, though that enameled face certainly makes it look French, don't you agree? And the watch was out of a French estate, which means little as to origin, I know, but bears adding to info since we don't have origin. The watch is a stunning little lady's watch, perfect for use as an antique pendant hung from your favorite gold chain. It's as much a piece of jewelry as a timepiece - more so since at the moment, it is not ticking. We have wound it, and it does not appear to work, though as you see from the open back, its interior mechanism looks complete. It might well just need a cleaning. Since my interest in it was purely aesthetic (I love the enamel face!), the fact of it working or not was not a factor in my decision to acquire it. One can always get it to run; one can't always find a pristine little antique gold watch with a pristine enameled face, however. Agreed? The watch face diameter is 25mm and width of the watch overall is 29mm (diameter).
Very good physical condition. Not running at present but appears to be complete. Might only need to be cleaned. We do not guarantee it will work. We're just not knowledgeable in a way that allows us to work on these, and we'll leave plenty of $$ room for you to get it worked on by your own watchmaker. Tested and confirmed at 18k yellow gold.
Antique French sterling silver, Georgian jewelry, sewing, Black Forest, etc 17th to 19th c. European
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