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Open face three colour gold quarter repeating pocket watch with inset enamel and outer glazed shagreen case

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1790)

Description: 

Open face three colour gold quarter repeating pocket watch with inset enamel and outer glazed shagreen case, Baillon A Paris, circa 1790, gilt verge movement, plunge pendent repeating, pierced and engraved balance bridge, plain turned pillars, enamel dial, winding through the front, gold case decorated with three shades of gold in fauna design, inset with polychrome enamel oval of two ladies, with key, diameter 46mm.

ID:  95281

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Scottish Borders

A selection of objects from the collection can be seen (by guided tour) as part of the Doors Open Scheme, organised by the Civic Trust in Scotland in those years when it operates in this area. For further details of participation and opening times please see the attached link. Otherwise access to the collection is available by prior appointment through the contact shown.