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Patek Philippe 18k Gold Pocket Watch – 1860

Creator: Patek Philippe
Case Material: 18k Gold,Gold
Stone: Ruby
Stone Cut: Bead
Weight: 112.2 g
Case Dimensions: Diameter: 43 mm (1.7 in)
Place of Origin: Scotland
Period: Late 19th Century
Date of Manufacture: Circa 1860
Condition: Good

Original price was: £13,300.00.Current price is: £10,250.00.

Patek Philippe is a prestigious watchmaker known for crafting some of the most intricate and beautiful timepieces in the world. With a history that dates back to 1839, the brand has created timepieces for some of the most influential people in history, including Tolstoy, Queen Victoria, and even Pope Pius IX. Today, the company is still run by the Stern family and remains one of the most highly regarded watchmakers in the world.

Irama Pradera, the creative director of the design and estate department at PRADERA, has worked for major auction houses in the jewelry department at Christie's in NY. With a "Multinational Management degree for Wharton Business School" and a "Diamond and Colored Gem Grading" identification from the GIA in NY, she has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the jewelry industry.

PRADERA is a second-generation family-run business that is a leading jewelry retailer in Spain. They have been official dealers for some of the finest European jewelry brands, such as Chanel, Baccarat, Fabergé, and Breitling. PRADERA's experience in working with the best European craftsmen has allowed them to curate some of the finest jewelry collections for high net worth individuals in Europe.

At PRADERA, all jewelry is guaranteed to come from sustainable and reliable sources and owners. The company is a 360° enterprise with a passion for jewelry and the value of time, gold, and precious stones. With their commitment to excellence, PRADERA is a leading jewelry retailer, and their team is dedicated to providing the finest products and services to their customers.

Creator: Patek Philippe
Case Material: 18k Gold,Gold
Stone: Ruby
Stone Cut: Bead
Weight: 112.2 g
Case Dimensions: Diameter: 43 mm (1.7 in)
Place of Origin: Scotland
Period: Late 19th Century
Date of Manufacture: Circa 1860
Condition: Good