Great overall condition. The white enamel dial looks great. Original gold ‘spade’ hands and a decentralized seconds hand.
Particularly early piece with London hallmarks. Matching numbers in case and movement. Movement is signed by its maker; Bell from Berkeley Square.
Plain lids on both sides with a deep coin edge in between. The case shows some minor use such as scratches and tiny dents.
Gorgeous hand engraved movement with a big diamond endstone. A trolls head engraved on the balance bridge corresponding with the year of manufacture as watchmakers stopped making these around the second half of the 19th century.
Comes with winding key.