105
105
Jump, London
A FINE PINK GOLD OPEN-FACED QUARTER REPEATING LEVER WATCH WITH SHORT CHAIN AND KEY  1896 NO. 575
Estimate
13,00020,000
JUMP TO LOT
105
Jump, London
A FINE PINK GOLD OPEN-FACED QUARTER REPEATING LEVER WATCH WITH SHORT CHAIN AND KEY  1896 NO. 575
Estimate
13,00020,000
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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Jump, London
A FINE PINK GOLD OPEN-FACED QUARTER REPEATING LEVER WATCH WITH SHORT CHAIN AND KEY  1896 NO. 575
Movement: gilded, lever escapement, bi-metallic compensation balance, diamond endstone, two polished steel hammers repeating on two coiled gongs, signed and numbered Jump, 11 Old Bond Street, London, 575
Dial: engine turned silver dial, satin finished chapter ring with black Roman numerals, outer minute ring, aperture for age and phases of the moon with gold moon and silver stars against a blued background, gold moon hands
Case: 18ct pink gold, the back, bezel and band all engine-turned, the case side with short sunken repeating slide, plain ring pendant, hallmarked London, 1896 • plain polished gold cuvette with apertures for winding and handset, case and cuvette numbered 575, and with maker's mark JA for James Ayres • with a short chain and key
diameter 52mm
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Provenance

The S.E. Prestige Collection, Sotheby & Co., London, 29 April 1968, lot 23
Sotheby's Geneva, Property of an Estate, 13 November 2007, lot 80

Catalogue Note

Joseph Jump was apprenticed to Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy in 1827 and succeeded him in business in 1855. He moved to Pall Mall in 1880 and he died in 1899 after which the business was continued as Jump & Sons, moving to Mount Street in 1898 until it ceased trading in 1934. 

Masterworks of Time: George Daniels, Visionary

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