The old tradition of watches having engraved names on the front The wish to get a unique, personal watch, is by far not a new tradition, but the one which persisted centuries ago. In 18th and 19th century watch ateliers, … Continue reading “Personalised custom watch with letters on the dial” →
Rare & very fine pocket watch made by a small Geneva enamelers workshop Max Mayer. The power of NoName The watch is non-branded. The only signature we could find is “S.J.G” hallmark inside the case back cover. Why not to … Continue reading “Rare Max Mayer Geneve gold & enamel pocket watch, 1900’s” →
True rare and collectible pocket PATEK PHILIPPE watch with the rarest ‘A-Tact’ feature and a title ‘Count N.N.Wittgenstein’, comes with an original golden chain and the official certificate from the Patek Philippe museum.
PRICE (€): 33000
A charming story for true pocket watch collectors. This watch is special and unique because of its age and quality. The watch was made in 1903 by Patek Phillipe Geneve manufacture and is in an excellent condition for its 114-years age. … Continue reading “Patek Philippe and the Chamber of Secrets” →
This is a story about one old verge fusee watch back from 1790’s French Revolution times. That’s how the dial was looking when it has arrived to workshop. Can you read the name? The case has significant deformation. Front bezel … Continue reading “Breguet a Paris french verge fusee dial restoration” →
A restoration project for antique pocket watch made by American Waltham Watch Company. This pocket watch stored in family since 1900’s, probably some moisture accident occured. Basically not too bad initial condition, some rust issues seen on winding crown and inside. … Continue reading “AW Watch Co Waltham pocket watch restoration” →