Antiques: Rare time-repeating watch has golden value
The 18 karat gold watch was given to my husband by his grandfather (1874-1944). It timed and timed by pressing the button I think is called a repeater watch. 5 cm x 8 cm high (2 x 3 inches)and runs. It also has a long watch second hand. The back of the inside is engraved with \"repeat one minute\" and \"Le Phare\" timing. \"I \'ve been working on my husband\'s family and hope the age of the watch will show who it belongs to in the first place. Its value will also arouse people\'s interest. Thank you! The Wiwiss watch company produced Repeater blanks from 1890 to 1940, the first mass production. About 1900-1910. The movement contains a patented centrifugal force regulator of their own, which regulates sound strikes to calculate the speed of hours and minutes when the repeater body works. Your complicated watch has a minute-and-second Watch, a hunter case ( Named after a face cover) Gorgeous silk hand. The inside of the back cover is also decorated with four medals. Its dents are obvious. Free condition made of soft 18 karat gold. You have a rare and charming watch. Worth $3,500. My uncle served in the Army of the Russian tsars and was stationed in Manchuria, China, during the Russian occupation, about 1900. He brought back several items including a Chinese photo album. When he started cutting jobs in 1961, I threw out the cover of it. It seems to be a black lacquer with a thickness of 35 cm and a thickness of about 1 cm (10. 5 x 14 x 0. 4 inches). Ivory and mother-carved birds and flowers on the frontof-pearl. There is a picture on the back of the cover on silk. I would appreciate it if you could tell me more. Thank you. You have a good example, named after Japanese artist Shibayama Dosho, who has developed the technology to embed natural materials on the lacquer. In your case, mother. of- Pearls are used in combination with bones, not ivory. The black spots at the end and tail of the main feathers distinguish bones from ivory. From 1868 to 1912, Japanese art was favored by Western society during the Meiji period. Your date is close to 1900. This can be framed to show both sides of the cover, which will be a nice decoration. Good condition, worth $100. We recently bought this antique table from a family friend for $80. We were told that it was a wedding gift for her great grandmother in the 1800 s. There is a stamp \"k913\" below \". Size 96. 5 wide, 51 deep, 81 cm high ( 38x20x32 inch). We would appreciate it if you could provide any information at your desk. Thanks so much. I believe that your delicate table is probably made by a company in St. The Lawrence River is closer to 1890 than in the 1920 s. It\'s based on an intermediate design. 19 th century musical keyboard- Small compact reed organs operated by pumping air with 2 feet pedals. When these early instruments were out of the public taste, some instruments were converted into desks because the boxes were usually beautiful parts of mahogany and mahogany furniture. The pull- The outside writing surface replaces the keyboard area and installs the pocket of the writing item. As the table and furniture company began to produce these \"melodeon-like’ desks. Those who don\'t have holes in the place where the pump pedal rod is Hung are always like your table-not the conversion. They are suitable for laptops and are worth $250 today. y.