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A gorgeous and very rare Patek Philippe Ruby and Diamond platinum open face Pocket-Watch, circa 1920's
The round case housing a silver colored dial with ruby-set numeral markers spaced by pavé-set diamonds is in totally mint condition.
There are very little to no signs of wear along the case and the dial is completely original and shows minimal wear as well.
The open face watch is in perfect working condition and a true collectors piece for those looking to find a trophy tuxedo watch of the Art Deco period.
The rubies together weigh approximately 3.00 carats and the diamonds together weigh approximately 1.30 carats.
The blued-steel hands and mechanical movement are mounted in platinum.
The dial and movement are signed Patek Philippe as It should be and seen with other similar examples of this model reference.
For a similar example you can take a look at Sotheby's magnificent jewels and jadeite sale 2003, October 27th Hong Kong , lot 687 which made 18,569.00USD.