Antique 18kt Gold, Split Pearl, and Enamel Hunting Case Pendant Watch, Patek Philippe, c. 1850/52, finely enameled on one side with a portrait of two young children with curly locks, framed by split pearls, and with a split-pearl spray on the other, engraved accents, and opening to a white enamel dial with Roman numeral indicators, 14 lignes cylinder escapement movement, key-wind, key-set, 37 mm, cuvette and case no. 4736, signed only on the cuvette.
Provenance: The Estate of Charles P. Fisher.
Accompanied by a letter from the Henri Stern Watch Agency stating that factory information was provided by Patek, and that the watch was sold to Jones, Ball & Co. in 1855. One split pearl missing. Very minor and unobtrusive scratches to enamel. Winds, sets, ticks when wound.
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