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Carrington & Co., London
A VERY FINE AND HEAVY GOLD HUNTING CASED PERPETUAL CALENDAR SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH MINUTE REPETITION AND MOON-PHASES 1913, NO. 12596
Estimation
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Lot. Vendu 23,125 GBP (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
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126
Carrington & Co., London
A VERY FINE AND HEAVY GOLD HUNTING CASED PERPETUAL CALENDAR SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH MINUTE REPETITION AND MOON-PHASES 1913, NO. 12596
Estimation
13 00020 000
Lot. Vendu 23,125 GBP (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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Carrington & Co., London
A VERY FINE AND HEAVY GOLD HUNTING CASED PERPETUAL CALENDAR SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH MINUTE REPETITION AND MOON-PHASES 1913, NO. 12596
Movement: gilded three-quarter plate by Nicole Nielsen, lever escapement, bi-metallic compensation balance, diamond endstone, satin finished steel chronograph bridges visible to the backplate, polished steel hammers repeating on coiled gongs to the inside back, signed and numbered Carrington & Co., By Royal Appointment, 130 Regent Street, London, 12596
Dial: T.J.Willis type cream enamel dial, Roman numerals, four subsidiary dials for day, month within four year leap cycle combined with 60-minute register, date and subsidiary seconds combined with aperture for moon-phases, black outer minute ring, outermost track for tachymeter calibrated in red
Case: 18ct gold case, plain polished covers, stepped bezels, polished gold cuvette, sunken repeating slide to the band, two large pushers for chronograph/split to the band, gold pendant and bow, three pushers beneath bezel for adjusting day, date and moon-phases, case hallmarked London 1913 and with rubbed case maker's mark probably RN within a rectangular cameo for Robert Benson North trading as Nicole Nielsen & Company, gold pendant with maker's mark CH
diameter 60mm
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Description

The firm of Carrington was named after its founder John Bodman Carrington who established his manufacturing business at 130 Regent Street in 1873. Carrington were established good quality jewellers, diamond merchants, dealers in precious stones and manufacturing silversmiths.   They were initially awarded the Royal Warrant by Queen Victoria and later Prince Albert, Edward VII and George V, as well as Nicholas I and II and Queen Alexandra of Russia.

 

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