Edouard Koehn, Geneva. A very fine enameled 18K gold hunter cased fob watchNo. 70867, 1890's
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Edouard Koehn, Geneva. A very fine enameled 18K gold hunter cased fob watchNo. 70867, 1890's
Sold for US$ 3,750 inc. premium
Auction Details
Edouard Koehn, Geneva. A very fine enameled 18K gold hunter cased fob watchNo. 70867, 1890's Edouard Koehn, Geneva. A very fine enameled 18K gold hunter cased fob watchNo. 70867, 1890's
Lot Details
Edouard Koehn, Geneva. A very fine enameled 18K gold hunter cased fob watch
No. 70867, 1890's
Nickel finished lever movement jeweled to the center, counterpoised escapement with flat blued spring, index regulator, pendant setting with wolf's tooth winding gears, gold cuvette, signed white enamel dial with roman chapters, blued hands, within a gold case with finely painted enamel vignettes of Alpine scenery within floral surrounds on each lid. 34mm

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  • Edouard Koehn (1839 – 1908) rose from watchmaker to partner in the firm Patek Philippe. He left the firm in 1891 to make watches under his own name and that of H. R. Ekegren. Not surprisingly, his work is of the same high quality. He made many watches for Tiffany, New York and others for J. E. Caldwell, Philadelphia, under the name Ekegren.
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