Edwardian 14K Gold Waltham Ladies Watch & Chain w/ High Grade Riverside Movement
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Edwardian 14K Gold American Waltham Ladies Watch & Chain with Riverside Movement
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A lovely Edwardian 14k rose gold riverside movement American Waltham ladies watch & chain. The porcelain dial of the watch is signed
"Waltham" in blue and enamel and each royal blue enamel number is spaced by a gold star. It has Arabic royal blue numerals and
filagree hands. The watch is attached to a delicate bar link chain which is marked 14k gold. There is a triangular link which leads to
the stem in where the watch is securely attached. The watch has a revolving stem so it can be seen at all angles. The back of the
watch case is engraved in a large curved font "ALA". When the outside case of the gold watch is opened you will see the case #"480962"
and the "ROY 14k". The inner cover (cuvette) of the watch is marked ROY 14k and a hand with the case #"480962". The movement of the watch
is marked "Riverside Adjusted" which is a high grade 17 jewel movement, unusual for ladies watches.
The movement is also engraved "AWWCO Waltham, Mass.12521423". The watch comes with two Gold Filled Fleur-de-lis watch pins, one
having natural pearls. All pieces come in an antique purple velvet box.
Unless stated otherwise, watches are sold "as is".
Waltham was one of the big four of the American watch makers.
The American Waltham Watch Company had its beginnings in 1850 in Roxbury, Massachusetts. The company was founded
by David Davis, Aaron Dennison, and Edward Howard. Their vision was to form a watch company that could produce high-quality
watches at a lower cost using interchangeable parts. With financial backing from Samuel Curtis, of small-arms manufacturing fame,
the watch production began in 1851, and the first small group of watches were finished in late 1852. The first watches produced went
to officials of the company, and it was not until 1853 that the first watches were offered for sale to the public.Approx. Dimensions:
Watch Diameter: 1 3/16"
Watch Diameter With Bow: 1 9/16"
Watch Depth Including Crystal: 1 6/16"
Chain Length: 14 1/2"
Fleur-de-lis Pin Height: 30 mm
Fleur-de-lis Pin Width: 20 mm
Fleur-de-lis Pin with Pearls Height: 25 mm
Fleur-de-lis Pin with Pearls Width: 21 mm
Total Weight of Watch & Chain:
Item is in great age related condition.
The watch is currently in working order.
Fleur-de-lis pin is missing one pearl.
Please see all photos for complete description.
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