CASE NUMBER: 37755
CASE MATERIAL: 14K pink gold
CASE DIMENSIONS: 52 mm in diameter
DIAL: White porcelain with Roman numeral hour markers and seconds subregister at the "VI" hour marker
MOVEMENT: Manual wind
FUNCTIONS: Time, chronograph, quarter repeater
Adolphe Huguenin & Sons was founded in the mid 19th century, specializing in precision timepieces. The company won multiple observatory prizes and participated in the 1876 Philadelphia Exhibition. The present example is in amazing, unrestored condition. A highly complicated timepiece, the watch features a single button chronograph and quarter repeater. Beautifully styled with engine-turned engraved case and diamonds set into the observatory hands. A true historical gem.
PROPERTY OF A CONNECTICUT LADY