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A simple glass display dome with applied gilt line to the base, solid glass knob and hook to hang a watch.
A small late 18th Century French quarter repeating verge in a diamond set gold consular case. Full plate gilt fusee movement. Finely pierced and engraved bridge cock with steel coqueret, plain three arm gilt balance with blue steel spiral hairspring. Silver regulator dial with blue steel indicator. Push pendant a toc quarter repeating on blocks on the case. Winding through the fine white enamel dial, Roman and Arabic numerals, pierced stone set hands. Gold consular case, applied two colour gold decoration over a matted ground. Set with a band of small diamonds around the bezel and in the form of a monogram on the back.
An 18th Century Swiss verge in two colour gold and enamel pair cases. Full plate fire gilt movement with pentagonal baluster pillars. Pierced and engraved masked cock, pierced and engraved foot and plate for the silver regulator disc. Fusee and chain with worm and wheel barrel setup between the plates. Plain three arm gilt balance, blue steel spiral hairspring. Signed white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, decorative stone set pierced silver hands. Gold pair cases, plain gold inner case with number corresponding to that on the movement. Engine turned and engraved outer case with applied gold decoration, the front bezel set with a row of clear stones. On the back a stone set pierced mask bordering an oval polychrome enamel portrait of a lady wearing a colourful hat.
A fine and rare 18th Century English verge with automated scene in a gold consular case. Deep full plate fire gilt movement with gilt dust ring. Turned baluster pillars, fusee and chain with worm and wheel barrel setup between the plates. The winged cock and regulator plate left plain, being neither pierced or engraved. Plain gilt balance. A central stalk supports the scene and carries a wheel which is driven by another mounted on the contrate wheel arbor. Fine white enamel dial with apertures for winding and regulation of the watch. Roman and Arabic numerals, blue steel beetle and poker hands. Plain gold consular case, maker's mark “IB”. A glazed aperture on the back reveals a gold chased and engraved repousse scene depicting Eve offering Adam the apple in the Garden of Eden. A snake circles the scene as the watch runs, its support hidden under the pierced and engraved border of the dust cover.