18kt Gold Open Face Quarter-repeating Musical Watch, France, c. 1860, the raised Roman numeral champleve dial with engine-turned matted center and fine matte background on the numerals, blued steel diamond hands, cuvette marked at three arbors, Montre/Musique/ and Aiguilles, the gilt movement with cylinder escapement, quarter-repeat function on command by pushing the crown, and musical barrel to play music on the hour, dia. 56 mm.
Movement is complete runs, music and quarter repeat function as designed. Mechanical elements not guaranteed by Skinner. Engine turned case back worn, case band with minor loss and dings.
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