MINIATURE CARRIAGE CLOCK Wera Swiss Geneve Ca. 1910 Switzerland

Carriage clocks


Signed: Wera Swiss Geneve
Circa 1910

The clock has a brass movement between plates and consists of a going train only. It has Swiss lever escapement with vertical balance and hairspring with regulation. The backplate is marked Wera Swiss with the indication 17 jewels 3 adjustments. The clock is wound from the back. Here is also a square to set the hands.

The circular silvered dial has an Arabic chapter ring with hour, five-minute and minute divisions. The time is indicated by a pair of blued steel hands. Beneath the 6 the dial is marked Swiss. The dial is protected by a circular glass, set in a silver bezel.

The rectangular sterling silver case, which rests on silver bun feet, is beautifully engine-turned and covered in translucent pink enamel, framed with a black decoration. The case can be opened at the rear side via a hinged silver door. The bottom has the silver mark and the number 5460.

Duration 1 week

Height 4.8 cm.
Width 3.7 cm.
Depth 2.8 cm.

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