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    Can anyone help me determine if this Cartier Pendant Watch is genuine

    Thank you very much for all the input everyone. I understand that you can never be certain with these things, and I wasn't looking for an endorsement or the like, just whether there was anything major to look out for. On the balance of probabilities it seems like it's a very nice pendant watch...
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    Can anyone help me determine if this Cartier Pendant Watch is genuine

    Good evening, I recently got slightly burned buying an old watch (see my previous post) and have slightly lost confidence in my judgement, I have been offered a beautiful antique pendant watch, supposedly by Cartier. Would any of you be able to help me determine if it is genuine please? I have...
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    Can anyone help me identify this stunning 18th century gold repoussé pocket watch please

    Hi everyone, Thank you very much for all the information. I've had an expert take a look and they concluded the same as Graham that the watch has been assembled relatively recently from a number of seperate elements. So while it is aesthetically very pretty, it isn't particularly horologically...
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    Can anyone help me identify this stunning 18th century gold repoussé pocket watch please

    Thank you John. That is very interesting, I didn't even spot the date there! I would agree that it is likely later than 1694. I had found some similar-ish gold repoussé watches in the archives of a some auction houses (e.g. Bonhams : Thomas Fitter, London. A gold key wind repeating pair case...
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    Can anyone help me identify this stunning 18th century gold repoussé pocket watch please

    I have managed to find some information on a John Clowes from an auction house as follows: "John Clowes is recorded in Loomes, Brian Clockmakers of Britain 1286-1700 as born around 1651 in Odd Rode, Cheshire and was admitted as a Free Brother to the Clockmaker's Company in 1672/3. Clowes was...
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    Can anyone help me identify this stunning 18th century gold repoussé pocket watch please

    Hi Chris, Thank you very much, and no problem. I'm very excited and was hoping to learn a bit more about it. The skeletonised case really drew me in. I love Georgian jewellery but I had never seen a Georgian watch like this before. Do you know roughly when they were making these movements? I'm...
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    Can anyone help me identify this stunning 18th century gold repoussé pocket watch please

    Thank you for the information. It was at auction, but the auction took place yesterday when I bought the watch. Collecting it this afternoon so I will try to take a better photo of that signature.
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    Can anyone help me identify this stunning 18th century gold repoussé pocket watch please

    The watch has an outer gold case (shown in the first 3 photos) With the face and movement contained in a skeletonised gold and class case inside that. (4th & 5th photos) which can be removed (6th photo). The dial is signed J Clowes London but I can't see anything on the mechanism or elsewhere...

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