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14 carat white gold filled antique E. Howard pocket watch made in 1913

There is nothing quite like the feel of a genuine antique pocket watch in the palm of your hand, and here is a fantastic E. Howard pocket watch that feels wonderful to hold and admire.

The white enamel dial displays traditional Roman numerals which are so easy to see, and at the bottom there is the second counter and the long sleek and elegant hands, this watch still looks so elegant even well after 100 years have passed since being made.

Fitted in a 14 carat white gold filled case that measures 45mm across, a gold filled case such as this is one where a sheet of solid gold is layered over a metal resulting in a finish that still looks superb all these years later, as opposed to gold plating which will not last as long. These gold filled cases are a testament to the quality that Edward Howard was renowned for as well as his superb movements.

And what a beautiful movement it is. A superb 23 jewelled manual wind chronometer grade movement that is not only only beautiful to admire but of such a high standard. Fitted with a Breguet hairspring and micro-regulator, this movement has just undergone a full service and comes with our twelve month warranty.

Perfect as a gift for that hard to buy for man, or to add to a collection, this antique E. Howard pocket watch is just perfect.


Stock# W1706

Maker: E. Howard

Circa: 1913


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14 carat white gold filled antique E. Howard pocket watch made in 1913

With a very high grade 23 jewelled crown wind and set chronometer grade movement, this would be the perfect present for that hard to buy for man in your life.

Edward Howard started the Howard Watch Company after the failure of the Boston Watch Company in 1857. He started to produce very high grade pocket watch movements that were signed "E. Howard & Co" on the dials and "Howard & Rice" on the movements.

In 1858 Edward Howard produced the first pocket watch of his own design with the top plate made in two sections and had six pillars instead of the usual four. Balances were made in gold or steel at first, and in later models had bi-metallic compensating balances with gold screws. In 1868 Edward Howard also introduced the first crown winding pocket watch movement, with key wind movements discontinued in 1878. Howard was the first to offer pocket watches that were adjusted to six positions, higher than a chronometer rating by today's standard.


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