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Watch Painted with a Pastoral Scene

Date:
ca. 1758–65
Culture:
French and probably Swiss
Medium:
Outer case of painted enamel on gold. Inner case of gold with an unidentified maker’s mark consisting of the letters ic over b below a coronet (incuse) on the interior and an eagle’s head, a French guarantee mark for gold in use between 1 January 1847 and 1 July 1919 on the pendant. Dial of gold and white enamel with black numerals; silver hands set with diamond chips. Movement of gilt brass and steel. Movement signed (on the back plate): Tomson/london.
Dimensions:
H. of watch 6 cm, diam. of outer case 4.75 cm, diam. of inner case 4.1 cm, diam. of back plate 3.45 cm.
Classification:
Enamels
Credit Line:
Robert Lehman Collection, 1975
Accession Number:
1975.1.1245
On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 951
Carl Marfels, Frankfurt am Main and Berlin.
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