MOVEMENT : Attractive gilt verge movement, with particularly fine ‘lace edge’ balance cock and plates, which was typical of a short period around 1760. Fully signed and numbered (4194). Fine condition with nice bright gilding. Running well.
DIAL : 35.5 mm. White enamel dial, in good condition with just one short light hairline on the edge at 6, and very small flakes, again on the edge, at 12 and 5. No repairs.
INNER CASE : 43 mm, silver, hallmarked for London, 1758. maker’s mark NT?. The hinge is fine and the case closes nicely. Good high dome crystal with no damage. Excellent condition throughout with a few very light scratches on the back.
OUTER CASE : 50 mm, silver, hallmarks matching the inner. The bezel is engraved around the rims. The hinge and catch are fine, with a little wear to the catch button. Scratches to the inside and a worn engraving on the back “1804 RPJ” but in overall very nice condition.