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Antique 18ct gold quarter repeater pocket watch in spectacular condition Details coming soon.............. Stock# W1398 Circa: 1890 $12,850
The style and design of the Art Deco period of the 1920's to the 1940's resulted in some truly exceptional designs, and this is evident with this very attractive and stylish two tone 18 carat gold Art Deco Uti pocket watch made in the 1920's. Made in 18 carat gold, the back of the case is so typical of the era with its wonderful lines creating a magnificent angular design that has been highlighted in both yellow and white. The design is so typical of the Art Deco period and also feels so sleek to the touch. With the dial displaying numbers in a font also reminiscent of the Art Deco era, it also has the sub-seconds at the bottom and beautiful hands to match. The case as well as the movement were both made in France, and the case measures 46mm across by 60mm from the bottom to the top of the bow, and inside the manual wind movement has been fully serviced, runs great and comes with our twelve month warranty. From the front or the back, this pocket watch has all the charm and character of the wonderful Art Deco period. Stock# W1505 Maker: Uti Circa: 1920 $3,800
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Here is a very elegant gents 14 carat Teutonia pocket watch made in the early 1900's that has a perfect heft and feel when in the palm of the hand, as well as a lovely clean dial and very beautiful hands. Made in Germany in the early 1900's, the dial is spotless and has very easy to read numbers as well as the sub-seconds at the bottom. With those beautiful hands set on the pocket watch, this watch is a perfect size for any man as it measures 51.8mm across by 73.4mm from the bottom to the top of the bow. The 14 carat yellow gold case has the engine turned design with the front also having a section to engrave initials if one so desires, however as can be seen, this has never been done, leaving the perfect opportunity for its new owner to add there mark to it. Inside is a gorgeous crown wind movement that has been completely restored and comes with our twelve month warranty. This is a lever set movement, meaning that the movement is wound via the crown, and the time set by sliding the small lever just under the 4 o'clock position, then turning the crown to set the hands. In wonderful condition, both inside and out, this is a perfect example of an antique pocket watch that is as beautiful today as when it was made all those years ago. Stock# W1501 Maker: Teutonia Circa: 1900 $3,850
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Vacheron & Constantin are one of the oldest watch making company in the world, having been founded in 1755, and here we are proud to offer a immaculate solid 18 carat yellow gold Vacheron & Constantin pocket watch made in 1923. This gents sized pocket watch measures50.6mm across by 69.5mm from the bottom of the case to the top of the bow and feels so sleek to hold in the palm of your hand thanks to the heft of the solid gold and the movement, as well as the highly polished and plain case. The dial is spotless and signed â€śVacheron & Constantinâ€ť which was the way all of their timepieces were signed for over 250 years until 1970 when they dropped the â€ś&â€ť symbol and today are just signed "Vacheron Constantin". With easy to read black numerals and the sub-seconds, the Breguet style hands finish of the elegant style and design of the dial. Inside is the magnificent crown wind and crown set movement which has just come back from a full service, runs perfectly and comes with our twelve month warranty. Perfect for any connoisseur of fine timepieces, whether it be a gift for a gent who is celebrating a particular milestone or a collector or perhaps even both, this lovely pocket watch is a wonderful testament to the quality and craftsmanship from this highly esteemed watch company. Stock# ES8370 Maker: Vacheron & Constantin Circa: 1923 $8,850
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Here is a very rare antique sterling silver lapel pocket watch that was made in the late 1800â€™s and will always be admired whenever and wherever it is worn. Made in sterling silver, this wonderful antique folly sits perfectly in the lapel of a suit and is fitted in a similar way to a pair of cufflinks. With the base sitting behind the lapel measuring 22.8mm in diameter, the pocket watch section itself measures a dainty 11.7mm in diameter. The dial is wonderful to admire with the black numerals all the way around and then the number twelve in red. Combine this with those delightful hands and size and this will certainly capture the eye and be such a wonderful conversation starter. Inside is a Swiss wind pin set movement that has just come back from a full service and overhaul and comes with our twelve month warranty. This lapel pocket watch was retailed by the Australian jeweller V Fleet This exact lapel pocket watch is featured on page 294 of the book, Australian Jewellers: Gold & Silversmiths, Makers & Marks, by Kenneth Cavill, Graham Cocks, and Jack Grace. Stock# ES7268 Circa: 1890 $2,150
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Here is a very handsome and solid antique 18ct gold centre seconds chronograph pocket watch made in 1903 that feels perfect to hold in the palm of your hand and has such an elegant dial thanks to the Roman numerals and large centre sweep second hand. Made in 18 carat yellow gold, the case measures 52.5mm by 72mm to the top of the bow and not only is the case in wonderful condition, but the hinges and spring on the front cover is as well, which is a true testament to the quality of this pocket watch. Technology at the time didn't allow for time to be measured while the pocket watch is still running, so using the slide on the side of the case near the 5 o'clock position, this will both start and stop that wonderfully large and easy to read second hand in the centre, as well as stop the entire movement as well. Winding the pocket watch is done via the crown and setting the hands for the time is done by pressing in the small pin just to the side of the bow. Opening the back cover reveals the most wonderful hand engraving that says "Presented to James Robb by Crookston Bros Glasgow 17/2/04" and then opening the next cover reveals a lovely English three quarter plate movement that has been fully serviced, runs great and comes with our twelve month warranty. This is the perfect example of a gents antique pocket watch and made in 18 carat gold makes it feel even more wonderful to hold. Stock# W895 Hallmarked: Chester 1903 $6,350
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There is nothing quite like a genuine antique pocket watch in the palm of your hands, and here is a very solid antique pocket watch by John Forrest made in 1895. Made in a sterling silver case that measures a large 55.1mm across by 77.7mm from the bottom to the top of the bow, the case has the most beautiful hand engraving as well as the rose gold buckle design on the reverse side. The heft of this pocket watch is wonderful and feels marvelous to hold and appreciate all the work and details that went into hand engraving the case all those years ago. The dial is equally as beautiful with the Roman numerals in gold as well as the engraving on the dial. There is also the smaller dial at the bottom for the seconds and this dial has all the character of a genuine antique pocket watch that the modern ones simply donâ€™t have. Inside the fusee movement which has been completely serviced and overhauled, is wound and the hands set via a key, and this pocket watch comes with our twelve month warranty. Perfect for a collection or a gift, this is a wonderfully large antique pocket watch that looks and feels perfect to hold in your hand. Stock# P996 Maker: John Forrest Hallmarked: Chester 1895 $Sold
Here is a gents size 18ct Waltham pocket made in 1886 that is in absolutely exceptional condition and has a very high grade movement to match. The condition of the case is amazing and even more that it is in 18 carat solid gold with so little wear to the engine turned case. So often thee cases are worn down, however not only is the case in incredible condition, but this fact is made even more amazing when you consider that it is over 130 years old. Measuring 52mm across by 74mm from the bottom to the top of the bow, this pocket watch weighs 132 grams and feels amazing to hold in the palm of your hand. With a beautiful heft and wonderful tactile feel to it, opening the front cover reveals its equally pristine white enamel dial. With no hair line cracks or damage, it displays the traditional black Roman numerals and sub-seconds at the bottom. This is a crown wind and lever set pocket watch meaning that you wind the movement via the crown, then sliding the lever out which is near the 4 o'clock position, turning the crown once more will now set the hands. And then inside is the brilliant and very high grade movement which has undergone a full service, runs perfect and comes with our twelve month warranty. The regulator is of particular note and was designed by Charles W Fogg called the Fogg Tadpole regulator or Short Tadpole regulator. This regulator can be seen in the close up shot of the movement. These regulators are held in such high esteem thanks to their superb accuracy. The regulator is used to adjust the balance wheel's rate of oscillation in order to improve accuracy of the watch. Several varieties of watch regulators are found in Waltham movements, most of which were patented and often called "Patent Regulators." The best regulators offer extreme precision while adjusting the rate of oscillation. A patent regulator was often an indicator of quality which this one most certainly is. In incredible condition, with a superb movement and feel to it, this pocket watch would be the perfect milestone present or suit the most fastidious of collectors. Stock# W1427 Maker: Waltham Circa: 1886 $7,350
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There is something so nice about holding a genuine antique pocket watch in your hand, and here is a very stylish gents antique Waltham pocket watch made in 1917 that is in superb condition and running perfectly over 100 years later. Made in a rolled gold case which measures 50.5mm by 71.3mm to the top of the bow, is in excellent condition and has a nice crisp engine turned design to both sides. Rolled gold was a technique that started during the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century and was made by rolling a sheet of gold over a base metal. This allows for a solid sheet of gold to be clad to the metal which can easily be polished and engraved as opposed to gold plating which is done via electricity and is not as strong or long lasting. The dial is all original and so pristine and displays traditional Roman numerals with the sub-seconds at the bottom and is so easy to read at any time of the day or night and has no cracks or damage. Inside is a lovely 15 jewelled movement which has just been fully serviced, keeps perfect time and comes with our twelve month warranty. This antique pocket watch would make a perfect gift for that hard-to-buy for person in your life and will always be such a wonderful conversation starter. Stock# W1428 Maker: Waltham Circa: 1917 $Sold.
This 9ct gold antique pocket watch by JW Benson made in 1912 feels perfect to hold in the palm of your hand with the right weight and size to it and is in such good condition. Measuring 50mm across by 70mm to the top of the bow, this gents pocket watch has a lovely clean dial with traditional Roman numerals and the sub-seconds at the bottom, and is signed "J.W Benson London". This prestigious watchmaking company actually has family roots in watchmaking that goes as far back as 1847. The company became J.W Benson in 1855 and were official watchmaker to the Admiralty & the War Department. Not only this, they also held a number of royal warrants, being watchmakers to Queen Victoria, the Prince of Wales, the Tsar of Russia and several other royal families. Inside the movement has been completely serviced and comes with our twelve month warranty, is a crown wind and pin set movement. This means that the pocket watch is wound via the crown at the top and when the pin is pressed in near the 1 o'clock position and the crown now turned, this will set the time. In wonderful condition with a wonderful rose gold case, this is a lovely example of an antique pocket watch that looks as good today as when it was made. Stock# W1302 Maker: J.W. Benson Hallmarked: London 1912 $Sold.
There's nothing quite like the heft and feel of a genuine antique pocket watch in your hand, and here is a great looking antique pocket watch made by Hawley & Co in the early 1900's that not only feels fantastic to hold, but is also in full working order. This gents sized pocket watch was made in a rolled gold case which is where solid gold sheets are rolled over a metal. Not to be confused with gold plating which does come off quite quickly, rolled gold allows it to be engraved and also polished. With a lovely white dial that is so easy to read and displaying numbers, it has the sub-seconds at the bottom and is signed "Chronometer makers to the Admiralty. Hawley & Co Coventry" Opening the back reveals the lovely 15 jewelled manual wind and crown set movement that has been fully serviced and comes with our twelve month warranty. Perfect for any man for any occasion, this lovely antique pocket watch looks as good today as when it was made over 100 years ago. Stock# W1243cc Maker: Hawley & Co, Coventry Circa: 1910 $Sold.
Here is a very solid and robust antique 18ct gold full hunter chronograph W. Bennett & Co pocket watch that feels incredible in the palm of the hand. Made in 1886, the pocket watch was made by the eminent English watch making company Bennett and Co. Not only is it a wonderful timepiece, but it also has the chronograph function which is started, stopped and reset by the button near the 12 o'clock position. Once started, the long hand is easy to read and the time passed displayed on the additional counter at the 12 o'clock. With the white enamel dial in perfect condition, this is such a handsome pocket watch to hold in the palm of your hand. Measuring 53mm across by 72.6mm to the top of the bow, there is nothing quite like a genuine antique pocket watch to hold and admire such as this one. Opening the back cover reveals the dust cover which has the most exquisite hand engraving of the highest standard. There is no doubt that this hand engraving is up there with the best of the best and displays the British coat of arms, including the French phrases "Dieu et mon droit "which means "God and my right" and is the motto of the monarch of the United Kingdom and was adopted by Henry V in the 15th Century. And there is the other French phrase "Honi soit qui mal y penseâ€ť which means â€śShame on he who thinks evil of itâ€ť. This term goes back to King Edward III, when Norman French was a common language in the UK. These phrases and coat of Arms is commonly seen in the United Kingdom including on all British passports. And below the coat of arms, it is also hand engraved with Wm (William) Farmer 30 Hunter St Sydney which were the retailers of this fine pocket watch. Farmer and Co, were one of Australia's leading department stores, that started in 1839 and continued to run until 1960. Opening this dust cover shows the gorgeous movement which has undergone a full restoration, is working perfectly and comes complete with our twelve month warranty. This is such a fine quality antique pocket watch, that with the addition of the chronograph and incredible engraving, will always be such a talking point. Stock# W1144 Maker: William Bennett and Co. Hallmarked: Birmingham 1886 $Sold.