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This extraordinary & extremely rare piece is nearly 200 years old, 


dating back to year 1827, 


yet it’s in remarkable condition & in excellent working order.


Made by the most important English watchmaker John Pace of Bury 


during the Georgian era, 

showcasing an exceptional craftsmanship, 


this timepiece is unrivalled in value & cultural significance. 




Designed as an open case, 


crafted with refined elegance, 


the CASE is fully performed in 18K yellow gold, 


measuring 50mm, 


featuring an artfully embossed in foliate motif edges & 


elaborate engine turned case back 


The case is stamped 18 & bearing a London hallmark on inside & 


a letter date - 1827.


Bow & crown are both beautifully detailed in floral motif & 


bearing a 18 stamp & hallmark 


DIAL is in beautiful condition, 


Crafted in 18K solid gold,


adorned with champagne coloured Roman numerals 


& original spade hands, 


with winding aperture at 1 o'clock 


Fusee MOVEMENT is signed ”John Pace Bury” & numbered 


It’s hand engraved & features diamond set escapement, 


running strong & accurate 


Total item’s weight: 69gr. 


The piece comes in generic box, 


accompanied by valuation / watch report 




A truly fascinating one-of-a-kind piece does deserve a museum display,

but can become quite an important addition to your antique collection...

Fine & V Rare John Pace of Bury, London hallmarked c1827 18K Gold Pocket Watch

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