WALTHAM [ 沃爾瑟姆製] | A VARI-COLOUR GOLD AND DIAMOND-SET HUNTING CASED KEYLESS LEVER WATCH OF EQUESTRIAN THEME CIRCA 1910, P.S. BARTLETT MODEL 1908, NO. 18109735 [ 多色黃金鑲鑽石懷錶飾馬術主題圖案，年份約1910，P.S. BARTLETT型號1908，編號18109735]
1,000 - 1,500 CHF
A VARI-COLOUR GOLD AND DIAMOND-SET HUNTING CASED KEYLESS LEVER WATCH OF EQUESTRIAN THEME
CIRCA 1910, P.S. BARTLETT MODEL 1908, NO. 18109735
[ 多色黃金鑲鑽石懷錶飾馬術主題圖案，年份約1910，P.S. BARTLETT型號1908，編號18109735]
• Movement: 16 size, nickel decoratively damascened bridges, lever movement, 17 jewels, bi-metallic compensation balance, precision regulation, grade PSB, signed and numbered P.S. Bartlett, Waltham, 18109735
• Dial: white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and outer red five-minute indication, subsidiary seconds, signed Waltham
• Case: 14ct vari-colour gold hunting case, the covers to one side with diamond set horseshoe surrounding a horse's head, the other side centred with a vacant cartouche surrounded by vari-colour gold flowers and leaves framed by a horseshoe, scalloped band, case signed BWCo., case and cuvette numbered 6280452
diameter 52 mm
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Movement: Running at the time of cataloguing
Case: In good condition and few small dents mainly to the horse shoe, crystal with a crack
Dial: In good condition with some residue throughout
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P.S. Bartlett models are named after a former Waltham employee.
Patten Sargeant Bartlett worked from 1854 to 1864 as one of the earliest employees of the Boston Watch Company, a precursor to the Waltham Watch Company. After working briefly at Elgin National Watch Co. in Chicago, he returned to Massachusetts as a watchmaker for Waltham from 1878 to 1881.