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04/22/2024 03:30 PM
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SWISS WATCH PENDANT WITH SEED PEARLS ( WORKING)



Age: Est 70 years

Size: 1 1/8 across

Rating: 9

Comments: This Swiss pendant watch is made by Kelbert and has a small enameled bale at the top to hang from a necklace. The face is very pretty with Roman numerals and darts. Crystal is clear. The face is framed in unmarked yellow gold with blue enamel which features tiny pearls. The back side is entirely blue enamel with the same pearl detail. No pearls missing and no enamel damage! Inside, the movement and the case are both marked G. Kelbert. It is also marked 17 Jewels and Swiss Made. Very special and in very good running condition.

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