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Fine, rare and beautiful Patek Philippe 18K gold, diamond and enamel repousse pair case ladies antique pendant watch circa 1895. This watch is in the style of watches made 100 - 200 years earlier. The outer case repousse with a classical scene. White enamel dial with blue and red numbers and fancy gold hands. The inner case covered with cobalt blue enamel and 47 diamonds, the back with a cartouche of painted enamel flowers. The movement in a third inner case with crystal over the nickel 18…

Timepieces:Pocket (pre 1900) , Patek Lady's Early Enamel, Gold Watch, circa 1870. ... Image #1

Yellow Gold And Enamel Open-Faced Square Watch, Case Back With Translucent Pink Enamel Over An Engine-Turned Ground, Leaf And Berries Motif, Square Border To The Case With Green Leaves And Blue And White Enamel c. 1850 - Sotheby's

Art Nouveau Gold and Enamel Lapel Watch Dial and movement signed Patek Philippe & Cie, Geneve

• cal. 240 HU automatic lever movement stamped with the PP seal, 33 jewels, Gyromax balance, 22k gold micro-rotor • silvered dial with polychrome cloisonné enamel centerfield depicting the world map of America and Europe, concentric 24-hour chapter ring divided into nocturnal and diurnal hours, outer revolving ring with names of 24 world cities • 18k yellow gold case, world time push button at 11 o’clock, screw-down sapphire crystal display back • <em>case, dial and movement signed</em> •…

百達翡麗 (Patek Philippe) [NEW+LIMITED] Turkish Motifs Calatrava Cloisonné enamel dial at HK$988,000.

Patek Philippe A FINE AND UNIQUE GILT-BRASS SOLAR-POWERED DESK TIMEPIECE WITH CLOISSONNÉ ENAMEL BY ELISABETH PERUSSET LAGGER REF 1321 MVT 1803813 PAPILLONS BUTINANTS MADE IN 1987 • cal. 33 photo-electric movement, quartz movement recharged by solar panel • rectangular silvered dial, gilt ciruclar chapter ring with a polychrome enamel frame, pierced lozenge-form hands • cylindrical case decorated with cloisonné enamel scene depicting butterflies foraging among spring flowers

According to Luxury Launches, Christie's auction house brought down the gavel at $1.2 million on a Oyster Perpetual style from 1949 in Geneva. Expectedly,it features a cloisonné enamel dial (featuring a spirited depiction of a nautical scene designed by Marguerite Koch), a sweeping seconds hand, and automatic jeweled lever movement. And while it's a best for Rolex, it wasn't even the top lot of the sale. That title belongs to a Patek Philippe which went for $1.3. As they say, time is money.