English silver fusee key wound pocket watch 1859

English silver fusee key wound pocket watch 1859

Code: WE15


This watch is sold in our Watches for restoration section and does not come with a warranty. If you are looking for watch with a full warranty, please go to our Stock page or ask for assistance to find what you are looking for.

This is an English silver pocket watch which has London hallmarks for 1859

This watch is working and running approximately 10 minutes slow. It has not been cleaned or serviced by us and is sold with no warranty

Please note that this is a fusee pocket watch and incredibly delicate, we do not offer a full guarantee on these watches. Should the fusee chain break, this repair will be charged to you at cost and we will not accept returns if the chain is broken.

Movement – the gilt full plate lever movement is fusee driven. It has an engraved watch cock with a diamond endstone and is numbered 5842. The movement is in 95% mint condition

Case – the movement comes in an English silver open face case, which has a hinged back and bezel. The back cover pops open when you press the button in on the stem. The watch is wound from the back, set from the front and the movement is accessed from the front also. The case is decorated with coin edged sides and has engine turning and a vacant cartouche on the back. The case is in 95% mint condition

Dial – the silvered dial has blue steel hands and raised gold coloured numbers. The dial is decorated with bright cut floral engraving and is in 95% mint condition

The watch has a mineral glass

The watch measures 41mm wide x 13mm deep

The watch is key wound / key set and comes with a lovely old dog clip type watch key