I have a pocketwatch in 18k with very fancy multi color gold face and case, with original bullseye crystal and diamond end stones in the movement. It is signed Const. Jacot. Is this a very early VC watch?
considering that Vacheron was the watchmaker and before
03/21/2009 - 09:05
the partnership with Constantin certain watches only had the Vacheron name however no watches from VC featured Constantin without Vacheron so I don't think your watch is from VC, I would love to see a scan though....
Re: Antique watches
03/27/2009 - 02:54
I'm not very good at photography, so I ended up with a lot of glare, washing out the colors. The watch is a size 12 open face. The dial uses different shades of yellow, blue and green gold . The seconds dial and the numbers are in highly polished gold, while the background is in matte finish. The movement is signed, in script "Const. Jacot London No. 4024.
it is from an English maker and not VC (nt)
03/28/2009 - 15:56