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07 November 2016, 12:00 EST
Philadelphia, PA, USALive Auction
Lot 5: An antique enamel, cultured pearl and fourteen karat gold pendant watch, circa 1900(20 views)
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Estimate: $1,200 - $1,500
An antique enamel, cultured pearl and fourteen karat gold pendant watch
jeweled movement no. 19048375, enamel finish with later added portrait miniature on case back together with matching enamel brooch.
Property from a Kinnelon, New Jersey estate
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. Pieces sold at auction are sold as is, and condition reports are provided for informational purposes only and not as guarantees of condition or quality.
Overall condition: good to very good
Movement: fair overall condition, free of corrosion. Does not guarantee operation or accuracy. May be in need of clean and/or service. Movement signed Waltham Brarelet
Case and enamel: in good to very good condition, some light scratches and wear. Portrait miniature is a later addition and is riveted to the case back.
Dial & Hands: original in fair to good condition, dial with some even discoloration. Blued Louis the XIV hands
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