Four crested tulip pillars and silver regulator disk. In good condition and working. DIAL : Silver champleve dial, in very good condition. Signed "Mason, London" on the central disc.
Good early 18th century steel beetle and poker hands. INNER CASE : Silver, with no hallmarks. In reasonable condition, with a few light bruises. The pendant has been reattached and heavily reinforced around the neck. The bow is a replacement.
There is a small hole in the back, near the winding aperture, where there would have originally been a small sliding cover to this aperture. The hinge and the high dome crystal are fine and the bezel closes but does not snap shut. OUTER CASE : Silver pair case. The hinge and catch are fine and the case closes correctly.The catch button has been filled with a gemstone diamond? This watch is probably by Charles Mason, recorded in London from 1687, apprenticed to Michael Bird.
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