Vintage pocket watch

Abraham Marchand watch with key circa 1690 - 1725 gold, diamond, porcelain. Family heirloom


2.5 inches across

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Abraham Machand - An 18ct Two-colour Gold & Enamel Pair Case Pocket Watch, circa 1750, Swiss the front with engine-turned bezel and white enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic numeral outer border, reverse in coloured enamel depicting a lady with a servant viewing an incense burner with trees and a pond in the background, within a green & yellow decorated frame, the key wind-up, with chain and fusee, verge movement, floral decorated plate and blued screws and rose diamond set escapement, signed Abraham Marchand. Abraham Marchand (c. 1681-1753) was a well-known Geneva watchmaker