Early 1900's Diamond Wrist Watch
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From Russia in the early 1900's comes this outstanding bracelet watch, manufactured in silver over gold. The dial is marked P. Moser and is most likely the retailer of the watch as the makers marks are CC and the movement is not signed. The watch is decorated in three carats of antique diamonds. A jeweled manual wind movement is housed in the diamond encircled case and the integral bracelet features a distinctive pierced and milgrained design which tapers and flows into the flexible diamond links. The white porcelain dial has black Arabic markers and moon-phase hands. A truly beautiful and uncommon timepiece from a by gone era.
Item Number 60-1-611
Materials:
Silver over 14 Karat Gold
Length:
6 inches
Width:
3/4 inch
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115 Mixed Cut Diamonds
Carat Weight: 3.00 carat
Color: I-K
Clarity: SI-I1
Total Diamond Carat Weight: 3.00
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