Dating from the late Gerogian early Victorian eras, this agate was mined, polished up and beveled to show off its opaque colors and translucency.
The reverse features a fine working t-hinge and longer, earlier Victorian pinbar with c-clasp. CONDITION: Excellent DIMENSIONS: 3 3/8" X 2 1/2" DATES: 1830-1850
Due to the polularity of the tortoise figurines, Wade decided to introduce an ashtray, or ashbowl, utilizing the figurines as decoration to add interest to the bowls. The bowl is in the Scintillite finish.
Please refer to the pictures for more information. We try very hard to provide you with good images to enable you to make an informed buying decision. This watch is sold as is. Note that we try winding the movements and then state our observations.. We are not able to comment on how long the movement is actually running, nor can we always diagnose all the shortcomings of a movement should it not run. This watch has not been serviced.
The cuts, myriad in patterns, impart a vivacious sparkle, a personality to the crystal. It is hallmarked with the Waterford@Crystal mark-a sign that the centuries-old tradition of Waterford lives on in the piece you hold in your hand. THE PANEL FOR ENGRAVING OR PERSONALIZATION IS UNCUT.
This pin was sold on a card marked Weiss. The pin is NOT signed anything. It is 2 1/2" by 1/2" deep. It is a 3-D pierced 14K brushed gold basket with 2 sprays of marquise hand set stones. Stunning!