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Lot 8: A Belle Époque diamond, enamel and eighteen karat gold pendant watch, Cartier, circa 1910
07 November 2016
Philadelphia, PA, USALive Auction
A Belle Époque diamond, enamel and eighteen karat gold pendant watch, Cartier
18 jewel movement, 8 adjustments with screw set, split bi-metallic balance, case no. 7965 with rose-cut diamond center, border and bow, suspended from a later old European-cut diamond and platinum chain; estimated total diamond weight of chain: 1.50 carats.
Property from a Kinnelon, New Jersey estate
Please note that all wear is consistent with age and use for all the above lots. The absence of a statement of surface or condition issues does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging
Please note that the all information provided such as weights, grades, color, clarity are approximate and the opinion of the jewelry department of Freeman's.
Overall condition: good to very good
Movement: 18 jewel, 8 adj., no corrosion or excessive wear, light discoloration. Sets, winds and runs.
Diamonds: old European-cut
Carat(s): 1.50 total weight approximate
Stamped: Dial and movement marked for Cartier, case with Swiss marks for 18k
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