A. Golay Leresche Geneva Victorian Diamond Watch – Circa 1880’s

Creator: A. Golay Leresche & Fils Geneva
Metal: 18k Gold,Rose Gold,Gold
Stone: Diamond
Stone Cut: Mixed Cut
Style: Victorian
Period: 1870-1879
Date of Manufacture: Circa 1880’s
Condition: Good

£18,000.00

Presenting an original and sought-after antique timepiece from the renowned watchmaker A. Golay Leresche & Fils. This exquisite French pocket watch is a true treasure, adorned with a dazzling array of diamonds. Its undeniable beauty and craftsmanship make it a highly coveted collector's item.

To enhance the allure of this timeless piece, we have created a bespoke 30-inch chain in solid 18k rose gold, complete with a diamond connector. This chain allows for versatile styling options, whether you prefer to wear it long or layer it for a more dramatic effect. The chain, newly crafted in the United States, perfectly complements the elegance and sophistication of the pocket watch.

The pocket watch itself is embellished with 281 carefully selected diamonds, including old European cut, old mine cut, and rose-cut diamonds. The total carat weight of these dazzling stones ranges from approximately 5.85 to 6.00 carats. The diamonds showcase a captivating play of color, ranging from G, H, and I to gray, with varying clarity levels from VS2 to I1. The rose gold tone case adds a touch of warm sophistication to the overall design.

This extraordinary piece dates back to the 1860-1880s and remains in exceptional condition, both in terms of its dial and movement. Its wide 1-inch diameter and weight of 50.50 grams (gross) add to its substantial presence and luxurious feel.

This French Diamond encrusted pocket watch from A. Golay Leresche & Fils is not only a timepiece, but a true work of art. Its allure and elegance make it a cherished possession for any discerning collector or lover of fine craftsmanship.

Creator: A. Golay Leresche & Fils Geneva
Metal: 18k Gold,Rose Gold,Gold
Stone: Diamond
Stone Cut: Mixed Cut
Style: Victorian
Period: 1870-1879
Date of Manufacture: Circa 1880’s
Condition: Good