POCKET WATCH, ANDRÉ HESSEN. GOLD, ENAMEL, ETC. PARIS, FRANCE, CIRCA LAST THIRD 18TH CENTURY.

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Reference: ZE326

Pocket watch, engraved André Hessen. Gold, enamel. Paris, France, towards the last third of the 18th century. It has faults. Pocket watch in a case decorated with enamel on the back (within a pearl band you can see a composition of clear classicist influence with a female figure, perhaps an allegory of the arts), and a white dial with Roman numerals for the hours and lines and in Arabic for the minutes and in which you can see the text Adré Hessen. The delicately decorated movement features a numbering (549) and the name Adré Hessen (1745-1805), a watchmaker who established himself in Paris, France, in 1767 and who was highly recognized and appreciated in his time.

· Size: 7x5x1.5 cms.

1.800,00 €


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