Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Pocket Watch by Redard & Co.

  • This perpetual calendar chronometer pocket watch was created by Swiss firm Redard & Co.
  • Boasting a myriad of complications, this watch is a stunning example of horological artistry
  • In addition to the time, the white enamel dial displays the seconds, day, date, month and moon phase
  • The movement is encased in a stylish 18K rose gold hunter's case
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Item No. 31-1540

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This stylish and complex perpetual calendar minute-repeating chronometer pocket watch was created by the Swiss firm of H. Redard & Co. Its 18K rose gold hunter's case features the original owner's monogram in raised 18K yellow gold while the interior enamel face displays a myriad of complications. Rose gold spade hands point to both Roman and Arabic numerals to indicate the time alongside subsidiary seconds, day, date, month and moon phase dials. The term perpetual calendar is used in watchmaking to describe a calendar mechanism in a watch that displays the date correctly 'perpetually,' taking into account the different lengths of the months as well as leap year's day.

Cuvette signed "H. Redard & Fils, Geneve"

Late 19th century

2" diameter
Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Pocket Watch by Redard & Co.
Period: 19th Century
Origin: Other Europe
Type: Watches

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