- Rare Handcrafts
Manual winding

Decorative open-faced pocket watch with hand-engraving, cloisonné enamel, and guilloché hand-engraving. Mixed techniques pocket watch: hand-engraving, enamel, and guilloché hand-engraving. White gold. The hand-engraved elephant on the caseback required 60 hours of engraving. The foliage background is in cloisonné enamel (11 enamel colors; 11 firings). Dial: enamel on a hand-guilloched white gold base; gold applied Breguet numerals, white gold hands. Crown set with one briolette-cut tsavorite (~ 0.28 ct). Enameled white gold bow. Pocket watch stand set with one briolette-cut tsavorite (~ 0.31 ct). White gold on a white marble base. Caliber 17”’ LEP PS IRM. Manual winding. Power-reserve indicator. Seconds subdial. Unique piece. 2013.



17''' LEP PS IRM
Manual winding

Patek Philippe Caliber 17''' LEP PS IRM - Front
Front Back

17''' LEP PS IRM
Manual winding

Overall diameter: 38.65 mm. Height: 3.8 mm. Number of parts: 158. Bridges: 7. Jewels: 20. Power reserve: Min. 36 hours. Balance: Plain with screws. Frequency: 18 000 semi-oscillations per hour (2.5 Hz). Balance spring: Breguet.

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Rare Handcrafts

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