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14ct Yellow Gold Ladies Fob Watch - Antique Circa 1900

A fine and impressive antique Austrian 14 carat gold ladies' fob watch; part of our diverse watch collections

SKU: C5336

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This fine and impressive Austrian ladies' antique watch has been crafted in 14ct yellow gold.

The hinged front cover displays fine and impressive hot enamel decoration, depicting a scene in which a soldier with a plumed helmet holds a sword towards a large beetle-like insect.

The watch case has a hinged back plate and interior hinged cover, both of which are clearly hallmarked; each of the three covers are hallmarked with the Austrian 14ct gold fineness mark (a 'Fox Head').

The bow of this impressive ladies gold and enamel fob watch is also hallmarked.

The front cover is released by depressing the crown/winder.

The white enamel dial is encircled with black Roman hour markers within a minute marked chapter ring.

This impressive ladies gold fob watch is fitted with two pierced decorated yellow gold hands, featuring trefoil and scrolling motifs.

This ladies gold and enamel fob watch has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as 14ct gold.

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This antique watch is fine quality, the hot enamel is in perfect condition.

The impressive fob watch is a very good gauge of gold and in excellent condition, with clear hallmarks struck to each cover and the bow.

The fob watch is in working order.

Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of jewellery/estate jewelry.


Diameter of Watch Face 2.6cm/1.02"

Width of Watch Setting 3.3cm/1.3"

Total weight

25.92 grams

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