A late 19th Century English lever with Burdess patent winding in a silver open face case. Full plate gilt movement with dust ring hinging from the case. Fusee and chain with Harrison's maintaining power. Engraved gilt cock with garnet endstone, blue steel Boselyregulator. Compensation balance with blue steel spiral hairspring. English table roller lever. The winding lever protrudes through the inner dome of the case, engaging a ratchet mounted on the fusee square via a sprung pawl. The watch is wound by moving this lever backwards and forwards. The hands set by moving a wheel at the edge of the dial. White enamel dial with subsidiary seconds, blue steel hands. Engine turned silver open face case with ribbed middle. The back cover which is decorated with a vacant cartouche set within a circle is opened by depressing a button in the pendant. Maker's mark “EH” and number corresponding to that on the movement.