Impressive men's 1830 solid sterling silver chain-driven verge fusee by R. Roberts of London; accompanied by equally lofty chain and "crown" fob from a subsequent generation. Offered in an antique burl-wood box.
As Impressive and historic work of horological art we’ve had the pleasure to offer, this rare chronograph was created and awarded in 1891 by the House of Longines for a world record bicycle event. Important, stunning and original! Circa 1891
Sixteen-size, 23 ruby-jeweled Riverside Maximus pocket watch by the American Waltham Watch Company, featuring a fancy dial with gold inlay; solid gold jewel settings and a solid gold train (gears). Offered in a period Waltham presentation box, circa 1904.
Rare and outstanding Hamilton 21 jewel "993" pocket watch with exceedingly uncommon porcelain dial, housed in a solid 14k gold engine-turned hunter case, circa 1908. Offered in a custom made; custom-fitted burl maple presentation box.
Men's WWI Patria presentation wire-lug trench watch, inscribed "Sergt.Willis/4/1st Herts/from 15th West Riding Volunteers/1917." Offered with a custom-fitted two-piece strap and matching sterling buckle.
A truly stunning example of the art of the Illinois watch company, this sterling silver cushion shaped example, with its stained glass hands, pumpkin crown, and period engraving; is, in a word, magnificent!
Exceedingly rare, completely original oversized WWI Elgin trench watch. Measuring a full 38mm in diameter, this silveroid timepiece is one of the largest examples of the era. Featuring a correctly re-created black cordovan strap and matching buckle; Circa 1918
Both stunning and historic, this WWI era black-dialed timepiece, housed in a solid sterling silver integrated shrapnel guard case and fitted with a correctly re-created strap of the era is a work of tactile wrist art. Circa 1918.
This WWI era sterling silver Patria/Omega wristwatch with integrated shrapnel guard in what appears to be its original presentation box with price tag is, we believe, the finest example of its kind in the world. Circa 1918