An 18th Century English verge by Emery in gold and enamel pair cases with chatelaine. Full plate fire gilt movement with turned pillars. Pierced and engraved masked cock with diamond endstone, pierced and engraved plate for the silver regulator disc. Fusee and chain with worm and wheel barrel setup between the plates. Plain three arm steel balance, blue steel spiral hairspring. White enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, fine gold hands. Plain gold inner case, gold pendant and bow, maker’s mark “MA” over “GM”. Gold and enamel outer case, three colour gold bezels. The back decorated with translucent dark blue enamel over an engine turned ground. In the centre an oval depicting a classically dress seated woman, above a ducal coronet and below a small monogrammed cartouche. Gold and enamel chatelaine, the gilt clip with applied panel matching the watch supporting six chains. Central gold and enamel locket glazed on both sides containing a miniature painting of two ladies and woven hair to the reverse. Three chains with gold and enamel links for the watch. Also attached to the clip are two fine pearls in gold and enamel mounts, a gold and enamel key and an egg shaped gold vinaigrette threaded in the centre. Sprung clips with threaded safety collars.