Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this sterling silver blue guilloche clock which is an Edwardian era, London import antique, The clock is crafted with precise and intricate enamelling - an unquestionably a captivating little beauty. The front features minimalistic cream dial with Arabic numerals in encompassed by a blue guilloche enamel. The rear is equally matched with further guilloche work. An additionally noteworthy feature is the fine engine turning underneath the enamel - unlike regular one pattern machine turning, this clock features multiple motifs and angular patterns in the guilloche work.
The clock can be adjusted by turning the onion-shaped crown at the 12 o'clock position whilst pressing down on the small button at the 1 o'clock position. The crown is also the winding mechanism of the watch - however, the watch does not function and cannot be used as a timekeeping device (it sometimes ticks but soon stops).
A great little addition to a personal collection or for use as an ornamental dress piece on a special occasion - a captivating antique item bound to capture the interest of people and a conversation starter.
- Bijoux Silver Clock with Blue Guilloche Enamelling.
- London Import Sterling Silver - Edwardian Era.
- Size (mm) L:27mm W:27mm H:7mm
- Size (inches) L:1.06 W:1.06 H:0.27
- Weight: 19 grams (0.67 oz)
Great Condition – Please note that this item is antique and the clock mechanism is not functional. There are very slight signs of wear and one area (2 o'clock) on the dial where a small blemish is present. Please refer to the photographs for further details on the condition of the item. (We ensure to take photos of the faults most visibly – the issues will likely appear less significant seen by the human eye).