This is a beautiful little George III, English, silver cased pocket watch, in working condition, with a verge escapement fusee movement.
MOVEMENT : Clean gilded verge escapement movement, signed and numbered (123), with pierced and engraved silver balance cock. Worm screw mainspring set up and square pillars, both typical on mid 18th century English watches. It is running well.
DIAL : Exceptionally fine signed dial with just some light surface scratches and a tiny chip at the centre hole. No repairs. Nice gold coloured hands.
CASE : The solid silver case is hallmarked for London, 1770, maker’s mark TO. It is in good condition, with just the usual repair where the pendant is joined to the case. Good high dome crystal.
The case is 39.2 mm in diameter (excluding the pendant).
his watch would originally have had a second outer pair case.