An early 18th Century English quarter repeating verge with dust cover bearing Queen Anne’s Coat of Arms in fine decorative gem set gold pair cases. Deep full plate fire gilt movement, silver dust cover engraved with the Coat of Arms of Queen Anne Fusee and chain with worm and wheel barrel setup between the plates, turned baluster pillars. Pierced and engraved cock with pierced and engraved foot. Plain steel balance, gilt regulator disc. Push pendant quarter repeating striking a bell in the case, engraved repeating barrel. Signed gold champleve dial, arcaded minute ring, Roman and Arabic numerals, blue steel beetle and poker hands. 22 carat gold inner case pierced and engraved with a fine mask and depictions of monkeys in military uniforms, split bezel for the glass. Fine 22 carat gold outer case of unusual construction set with lapis lazuli, rubies emeralds and diamonds. The body of the case decorated in chased and engraved repousse work, panels in the back and bezel pierced. The stones are set in gold cages fixed inside the case and presented through cutouts in the outer. Central oval lapis lazuli stone is set in the largest cage surrounded by a border of diamonds and rubies.