PATEK PHILIPPE | A YELLOW GOLD AND ENAMEL ART DECO OPENFACE WATCH WITH CHAIN AND KNIFE, MADE IN 1921
120,000 - 200,000 HKD
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- A YELLOW GOLD AND ENAMEL ART DECO OPENFACE WATCH WITH CHAIN AND KNIFE, MADE IN 1921
Dial: giltCalibre: mechanical, 18 jewelsMovement number: 199'936Case: 18k yellow gold and enamel, snap on backCase number: 600'860Size: 44.5 mm diameterSigned: case, dial and movementAccessories: associated yellow gold and enamel knife and chain. Furthermore delivered with Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production of the present watch with gilt dial, Breguet numerals, "flinqué" center, subsidiary seconds dial in 1921 and its subsequent sale on 7th December 1921
The present watch is another fine example of Patek Phillipe's work during the Art Deco period. The octagonal case highlights a well-executed dial with a guilloche centrefield. The initials of its original owner, H.S, are engraved on the caseback of the pocket watch and the accompanying yellow pocket knife. The piercing design of the monogram and the meticulous patterns on this timepiece makes it an important token to the original owner. The watch is highlighted further by its very unusual case design and its state of preservation.