‘Bell’ Fusee Diamond Endstone Pocket Watch

Heavy and large English early fusee pocket watch from 1839. Diamond balance end stone and a lovely little troll engraved on the balance bridge. Scroll down to read more about this pocket watch!

 

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Description

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.

 

Additional information

Manufacturer

Bell

Material

Sterling Silver

Movement

Key wound

Year

1839

Dimensions

53mm / 63mm

Weight

122 Grams