133
133
Unsigned
A LADY'S ART NOUVEAU GOLD AND ENAMEL PENDANT WATCH WITH MATCHING CHATELAINE CIRCA 1905
Estimate
4,2006,000
LOT SOLD. 3,750 GBP
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133
Unsigned
A LADY'S ART NOUVEAU GOLD AND ENAMEL PENDANT WATCH WITH MATCHING CHATELAINE CIRCA 1905
Estimate
4,2006,000
LOT SOLD. 3,750 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Unsigned
A LADY'S ART NOUVEAU GOLD AND ENAMEL PENDANT WATCH WITH MATCHING CHATELAINE CIRCA 1905
Movement: unsigned gilt bar cylinder, plain flat balance
Dial: cream enamel dial, Arabic numerals, gilt pearled outer minute ring, filigree hands set with pastes
Case: gold case, the back with raised chased and engraved iris flowers heightened with pearlescent and semi-matt enamels of purple, green and turquoise, one iris leaf set with diamonds, band and bezel similarly decorated, case maker's mark SG with a key between and a star below in diamond-shaped cartouche, plain polished gold cuvette, case and cuvette numbered 75545 • matching gold chatelaine with three part hinged panel centrally set with enamel decorated flower heads, framed by scrolling leaves heightened with green enamel, uppermost lapel panel similarly decorated
diameter 25mm, overall length 175mm
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The Art Nouveau style flourished between about 1890 and 1910 throughout Europe and the United States. Characterised by its use of organic line and motifs,  the idiom lent itself well to almost every subject matter from furniture to the tiniest decorative watch. 

Masterworks of Time: George Daniels, Visionary

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