Spring Fine Art Sale: Saturday 17 March 2018 10:00AM

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Viewing: Sunday 11 March 11am - 4pm, Monday 12 March to Thursday 15 March 10am-4pm, Friday 16 March 10am-2pm and the morning of the sale from 8am.

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Saleroom I: Lots 1-447
Saleroom II: Lots 500-979

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Lots 151 to 200 of 918


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A Chinese Rootwood Scroll/Brush Pot (Bitong), Qing Dynasty, of naturalistic trunk form, 15cm high

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £300
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Lot 155

A Pair of Chinese Hardwood Brush Pots (Bitong), 19th century, possibly Zitan, carved with figures amongst bamboo and pine, 21.5cm high

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £650
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Lot 156

A Chinese Red Ground Embroidered Panel, 19th century, worked in coloured threads with processional figures, auspicious objects and cloud scrolls, 144cm by 49cm

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £1200
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Lot 157

A Chinese Dark Yellow Ground Embroidered Cushion Cover, Daoguang¸ worked in coloured threads with a central rosette on a ground of lotus, peaches, bats and scrolling foliage within a keywork border, 135cm by 95cm See illustration

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £4200
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Lot 158

A Chinese Jade Figure of a Horse, in 18th century style, naturalistically modelled recumbent, its head raised, 8.5cm long

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £450
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Lot 159

A Cantonese Ivory Casket, mid 19th century, the hinged cover carved with a vacant cartouche and dragons amongst cloud scrolls, the base with figures in landscape on a pierced latticework ground, 16cm wide See illustration

Estimate: £800-1200

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Lot 160

An Indian Ivory Finial, 19th century, of conical form carved and pierced with scrolling foliage containing a figure, on a knopped circular base and hardwood stand, 22cm high

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £700
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Lot 161

A Japanese Lacquer Table Cabinet, 19th century, of rectangular form with an arrangement of eleven drawers decorated with asymmetrical panels of animals in landscape and precious objects, 46cm wide See illustration

Estimate: £2000-3000

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Lot 162

A Japanese Bronze Figure of a Seated Man, Meiji period, holding implements on a shaped oval base, 24.5cm high

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £480
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Lot 163

A Japanese Lacquer and Ivory Inlaid Photograph Album, early 20th century, the cover decorated with a lady in a rickshaw being drawn by a boy in landscape, the reverse with birds and insects, containing a collection of photographic landscapes, album 32cm by 39cm, in presentation box

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £800
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Lot 164

A Japanese Ivory Okimono, Meiji period, as a man carrying a bundle of faggots, a boy at his feet, on an oval base with red lacquer tablet, 18cm high See illustration

Estimate: £700-1000

Sold: £750
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Lot 165

A Japanese Ivory Okimono, Meiji period, as a man carrying a cricket cage, a boy reaching for a spider on his back, on an oval base, signed, 18.5cm high See illustration

Estimate: £2000-3000

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Lot 166

A Japanese Ivory Okimono, Meiji period, as a girl in flowing robes carrying a basketwork panier, on an oval base, 22.5cm high See illustration

Estimate: £1000-1500

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Lot 167

A Japanese Ivory Okimono, Meiji period, as a mother and child feeding chickens from a basket, on a shaped oval base with red lacquer tablet, 26cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £650
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Lot 168

A Silver Mounted Japanese Ivory and Shibayama Paperknife, the silver London 1871, the handle decorated with insects, 46cm long

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £550
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Lot 169

A Japanese Ivory Okimono, 19th century, as a Samurai holding a Mitzu Tomoe drum and beater, on a mound base, 23cm high

Estimate: £300-500

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Lot 170

A Japanese Ivory Netsuke, Meiji period, carved with a scene from the Kachi-Kachi Yama legend, signed Masatsugu, 8cm high See illustration

Estimate: £800-1200

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Lot 171

A Japanese Ivory Netsuke, 19th century, as a monkey peeling a persimmon fruit, signed Rantei, 5cm high See illustration

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £900
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Lot 172

A Japanese Ivory Netsuke, Meiji period, carved as a puppy on a mat, signed Shou, 3.5cm wide

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £400
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Lot 173

A Japanese Ivory and Hardwood Okimono, Meiji period, as a dignitary and two attendant musicians on a boat, a boatman to the stern, a cat at the prow, on a wave scroll base, 28cm long

Estimate: £400-600

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Lot 174

An Art Deco Flared Rectangular Wristwatch, signed Favre Leuba, Geneve, circa 1935, lever movement, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, seconds dial, case with flared sides and a snap-on back, 25mm by 35mm see illustration

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £450
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Lot 175

A Rare Large Size "California" Dial Stainless Steel Wristwatch, signed Movado, circa 1940, (calibre 540) 15-jewel lever movement signed Movado Factories, "California" dial with luminous Roman and Arabic numerals, pencil hands, large cushion shaped case with wire lugs, screw back stamped inside with maker's monogram mark with a hand holding a watch, numbered 895828, 46mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £4000-5000

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Lot 176

A Stainless Steel Automatic Calendar Chronograph Wristwatch, signed Longines, model: Heritage 1942, ref: L2.768.4, circa 2015, (calibre L.688.2) lever movement signed, black dial with Arabic numerals, tachymeter scale, date aperture at 6, three dials for seconds, 30-minute and 12-hour registers, buttons in the band to operate chronograph, glazed back numbered 38439786, Longines strap and a Longines steel buckle, 40mm wide, with Longines boxes, instruction booklet, purchase receipt and insurance valuation see illustration

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £1000
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Lot 177

A British Military Royal Air Force Stainless Steel Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed Omega, ref: 2777-1, 1953, (calibre 283) lever movement signed and numbered 13056710, blued overcoil hairspring, dust cover, black dial with Arabic numerals, minutes track, outer luminous dot and baton markers, dial marked with Government broad arrow issue symbol and T in a circle for tritium, screw back engraved with military marks Government broad arrow, NATO code mark 6645-101000, aircrew issue 6B/542 and stores number and year of issue 10396/53, fixed bars between the lugs, inside back cover numbered 2777-1, 36mm see illustration

It is understood that the Omega records show that the British Government ordered 5,900 pieces of this model and issued them in 1953, for one year only.

Estimate: £1500-1800

Sold: £2500
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Lot 178

A Rare Military Royal Navy Issue Stainless Steel Single Push Chronograph Wristwatch, signed Lemania, circa 1950, lever movement signed and numbered 475423, silvered dial with Arabic numerals signed and with a broad arrow, two dials for seconds and 30-minute register, luminous hands, single button in the band to operate chronograph, screw back with engraved military markings H.S.9 broad arrow and numbered 75423, 38mm wide see illustration

These military watches were ordered by the Royal Navy for pilots and navigators from the late 1940's until the early 1960's. The military caseback marks HS9 stand for Hydrographic Service Naval issue, broad arrow denotes the crown's property, the 9 is the stores code for a chronograph watch and the issue number.

Estimate: £1200-1500

Sold: £1600
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Lot 179

A Rare Automatic Calendar Centre Seconds Diver's Wristwatch with Depth Indicator Display, signed Jaquet-Droz, 50 Atmospheres, circa 1965, lever movement, black dial with baton markers, outer depth indicator, date aperture, 60-minute calibrated bezel, screw back, 42mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £1200-1500

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Lot 180

A Stainless Steel Duo Dial Reverso Wristwatch with 24-hour Indication, signed Jaeger LeCoultre, Model: Reverso Night and Day, ref: 270.8.54, circa 2005, lever movement, silvered day dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, black engine turned night dial with luminous Arabic and dagger markers and 24-hour indication dial, rectangular stainless steel case, the central body sliding to reveal both night and day dials, case back numbered 1812627, Jaeger LeCoultre steel buckle and a Jaeger LeCoultre strap, 27mm by 43mm, with Jaeger LeCoultre box see illustration

Estimate: £1500-2000

Sold: £2100
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Lot 181

A Stainless Steel Calendar Diamond Set Wristwatch, signed Gucci, model: Gucci G Rectangular 100, circa 2010, quartz movement, bronze coloured dial with Roman numerals, date aperture at 6, Gucci G form diamond set bezel, back cover numbered 10446543, Gucci stainless steel bracelet with a concealed double deployant clasp, 38mm by 28mm see illustration

Estimate: £800-1200

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Lot 182

An Anodized Diamond Set Calendar Chronograph Wristwatch, signed Moussaieff, circa 2000, quartz movement, black central dial with a skeletonised outer chapter, two mother-of-pearl dials for seconds, 30-minute and 1/10th second registers, date aperture, buttons in the band to operate chronograph, diamond set bezel and lugs, Moussaieff anodized deployant clasp, 45mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £200
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Lot 183

An Unusual Analogue/Digital Stainless Steel Reversible Wristwatch, signed Omega, model: Equinoxe, ref: 186.0013, circa 1980, (calibre 1655) quartz movement, analogue silvered dial with baton markers, reverse with a digital display, side reeded button panels for chronograph start/stop, lap reset, split and mode selection, case back engraved Equinoxe, inside case back numbered 186.0013 386.0813, Omega stainless steel bracelet with a deployant clasp, 27mm by 30mm see illustration

Estimate: £400-500

Sold: £550
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Lot 184

A Titanium Automatic Calendar Chronograph Wristwatch, signed Chopard, certified chronometer, model: Miglia 1000, ref: 8915, circa 2005, (ETA 2894-2) lever movement signed and numbered 006236, adjusted to five positions, black dial with luminous Arabic numerals, three dials for seconds, 12-hour and 30-minute registers, date aperture, outer fifths of seconds track, buttons in the band to operate chronograph, glazed case back numbered 848813, 39mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £1300
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Lot 185

A Stainless Steel Mid-Size Automatic Calendar Centre Seconds Wristwatch, retailed by Wempe, Zeitmeister, Glashutte I/SA, Chronometer, circa 2010, lever movement, silvered dial with dagger markers, date aperture, back cover secured by six screws and numbered 620348, Stainless steel bracelet with a concealed double deployant clasp, 30mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £300
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Lot 186

A Stainless Steel Reversible Diamond Set Wristwatch, signed Fendi, circa 2007, quartz movement, bronze coloured dial with Roman numerals and a monogrammed centre, date aperture, rectangular case with diamond set bezel, back cover with an engraved inscription, Fendi stainless steel bracelet with a double deployant clasp, 32mm by 45mm, with Fendi boxes, guarantee and certificate cards and booklets see illustration

Estimate: £700-900

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Lot 187

A Lady's Stainless Steel Calendar Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed Tag Heuer, model: Link, 200 Meters, ref: WJF1318.BA0572, circa 2012, quartz movement, mother of pearl dial with square and diamond set markers, date aperture, screw down crown, diamond set bezel, screw back, Tag Heuer stainless steel bracelet with a deployant clasp, 28mm wide, with Tag Heuer boxes see illustration

Estimate: £600-800

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Lot 188

A Lady's Bi-Metal Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed Tag Heuer, 100 Meters, model: Alter Ego, ref: WP1350, circa 2010, quartz movement, white dial, back cover secured by six screws and numbered WP1350 HW6396, 29mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £400-500

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Lot 189

A Stainless Steel Chronograph Wristwatch, signed Tag Heuer, model: Link Calibre S, ref: cat7010, circa 2010, quartz movement, ribbed black finished dial with baton markers, two sector dials for 1/10th/1/100th registers, tachymeter bezel, buttons in the band and crown to operate chronograph, screw back numbered EKW0382, Tag Heuer stainless steel bracelet with a concealed deployant clasp, 44mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £800-1200

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Lot 190

A 50 Years Anniversary Dual Time Zone Stainless Steel Automatic Calendar Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed Omega, model: Seamaster GMT, chronometer, ref: 25345000, circa 2002, lever movement, wavy black dial with luminous dagger markers, date aperture, central red 24-hour hand, luminous hands, black/silver coloured 24-hour rotating bezel, screw down crown, screw back with Seamaster monogram, case serial number 80136054, Omega stainless bracelet with a concealed deployant clasp, 44mm wide, with Omega boxes international warranty card, instruction booklet and one spare bracelet link see illustration

Estimate: £1200-1500

Sold: £1100
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Lot 191

A Bi-Metal Calendar Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed Omega, model: Constellation, circa 2000, quartz movement, gold coloured textured dial with baton markers, date aperture, Roman numeral bezel, snap-on back with a constellation monogram and numbered 56993186, Omega bi-metal bracelet with a concealed deployant clasp, 34mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £500-600

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Lot 192

A Stainless Steel and Gold Co-Axial Automatic Calendar Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed Omega, model: Constellation Double Eagle, chronometer, ref: 12033000, circa 2008, (calibre 2500) co-axial escapement, adjusted to five positions and temperature, sunburst silvered dial with gold coloured baton markers, date aperture, gold Roman numeral bezel, protected crown, glazed case back, case serial number 80670549, Omega stainless steel and gold bracelet with a concealed double deployant clasp, 40mm wide, with Omega boxes, international warranty and chronometer certificate cards and an instruction book see illustration

Estimate: £2000-2500

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Lot 193

A Stainless Steel and Gold Automatic Calendar Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Date, 1000ft=300m Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified, model: Submariner, ref: 16800/16803, 1984, (calibre 3035) lever movement signed and numbered 1196365, adjusted to five positions and temperature, dark blue sunburst dial with luminous triangular, dot and baton markers, date aperture, protected screw down crown, blue 60-minute marker gold bezel, screw back numbered inside 16800, case serial number 8314094, Rolex stainless steel and gold oyster bracelet with a deployant fliplock clasp numbered 93153 18 I6, end links numbered 493, 42mm wide, with Rolex boxes, green wallet and two booklets see illustration

Estimate: £4000-5000

Sold: £4000
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Lot 194

A Stainless Steel Wristwatch, signed International Watch Co, Schaffhausen, Anti-Magnet, circa 1943, (calibre 83) lever movement signed and numbered 1058244, silvered dial with luminous Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, luminous hands, snap-on back stamped Helmet, stamped inside IWC Probus Scafusia and numbered 1092962, 31mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £650
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Lot 195

A Stainless Steel Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed Rolex, Oyster Precision, model: Speedking, ref: 5020, circa 1950, lever movement signed, patented superbalance, timed to two positions, silvered dial with dagger markers, screw back numbered inside 5020, case serial number 691726, 29mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £600-800

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Lot 196

A Stainless Steel Automatic Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, Officially Certified Chronometer, ref: 6285, 1951, lever movement, silvered dial with Arabic and dagger markers, screw down winding crown, machine finished bezel, screw back, case serial number 768747, 33mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £800
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Lot 197

A Lady's 18ct Gold Diamond Set Wristwatch, signed Patek Philippe, Geneve, ref:4197-1, circa 1972, (calibre 16-250), lever movement signed and numbered 1277483, adjusted to isochronism, heat, cold and five positions, textured gold coloured dial with baton markers, diamond set bezel, snap-on back stamped inside Patek Philippe Geneve, numbered 2719158 4197 1, convention mark 18k 0.750, Patek Philippe 18ct gold textured integral bracelet, 25mm wide, with Patek Philippe boxes see illustration

Estimate: £1500-2000

Sold: £3000
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Lot 198

An 18ct Gold Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed International Watch Co, Schaffhausen, circa 1965, (calibre 89) lever movement signed and numbered 1783376, silvered dial with dagger markers, snap-on back stamped inside with maker's mark IWC Probus Scafusia, numbered 1397102 and 18k0.750, 37mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £900
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Lot 199

An 18ct Gold Automatic Calendar Centre Seconds Wristwatch, signed Cartier, model: Tank Francaise, ref: 1840, circa 2001, lever movement, engine turned silvered dial with Roman numerals, date aperture at 6, secret signature at 7, rectangular case, cabochon set crown, back cover secured by four screws and numbered 498492CD, convention mark 750, Cartier strap and a Cartier 18ct gold buckle, 28mm by 32mm, with Cartier boxes certificate and instruction booklets see illustration

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £2000
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Lot 200

A Good 18ct Yellow Gold Automatic Wristwatch, signed Patek Philippe, model: Golden Ellipse, ref: 3738/100, circa 1993, (calibre 240) movement signed and numbered 1195904, stamped with a Geneva seal, 22ct gold mini-rotor, gyromax balance, blue sunburst dial with gold baton markers, rectangular oval case with concealed lugs, Patek Philippe black leather strap and a Patek Philippe 18ct gold buckle, 31mm by 35mm, with Patek Philippe box, Patek Philippe certificate of origin, two booklets and a Patek Philippe document holder

Estimate: £4000-5000

Sold: £5000
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Lot 201

A Fine Lady's 18ct Gold Diamond Set Wristwatch, signed Cartier, model: Panthere Figaro, ref: 1280, circa 2003, quartz movement, unusual Cartier monogrammed dial, Cartier factory diamond set stepped bezel and lugs, diamond set protected crown, back cover secured by eight screws and numbered MG 363960, stamped 18k, Cartier 18ct gold bracelet with a concealed double deployant clasp, 23mm wide, with Cartier boxes, certificate and instruction booklets and two spare bracelet links see illustration

It is understood this is a limited edition Cartier wristwarch of the Panthere Figaro model. This has an unusual monogrammed dial and diamond set bezel and lugs

Estimate: £5000-7000

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Of Historical Maritime Interest - An 18ct Gold Full Hunter Pocket Watch, Presented to Captain John Ramsay Gordon from the President of the United States of America for saving lives from a stricken ship of the American Schooner "Frank O Dame" at sea October 12th 1896, lever movement signed Waltham Mass and numbered 6028383, bimetallic balance, blued overcoil hairspring, white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, seconds dial, engine turned covers, inside back cover stamped warranted ROY 18k U.S Assay and numbered 147224, cuvette with an engraved presentation inscription "From The President of the United States to Captain John Ramsay Gordon, of the British Steamship Teviotdale in recognition of his humane services in effecting the rescue of the master and crew of the American Schooner Frank O Dame at sea October 12 1896", 49mm wide, together with two books titled "Records of voyages made and mileage sailed with notes during the seafaring career of John Ramsay Gordon" covering between 1864-1905, one page referring to the incident on October 12 1896, and also with a detailed written account by Captain John Ramsay Gordon of another incident regarding a loss of a vessel see illustration

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £2200
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Lot 203

A Gold Continental Skeletonised Quarter Repeater Jacquemart Automaton Pocket Watch, circa 1820, verge movement, pierced balance bridge, enamel Arabic numeral chapter ring surrounded with a skeletonised border with three Jacquemart automaton figures appearing to strike the bells with hammers for the quarter repeat when the pendant plunge is pressed, back cover with a central engraved decorated pedestal urn, gilt metal cuvette cover with the central automata mechanism (now missing), 56mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £1500-1800

Sold: £2800
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