An early 19th Century English cylinder by Recordon in a gold engine turned open face case. Full plate fire gilt fusee movement unusually secured in the case by three blue steel dog screws. Engraved masked cock, diamond endstone, engraved foot and plate for the silver regulator disc. Plain three arm flat brass balance, blue steel spiral hairspring. Polished steel cylinder, large brass escape wheel, pivots with endstones. Gold dial with engine turned centre, gold Arabic numerals on a matted ground, blue steel hands. Engine turned 18 carat open face case with ribbed middle. Wound through the signed gilt cuvette, maker’s mark “IM” and number corresponding to that on the movement.