Gold Pocket Watch & Barometer

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An early 20th century Edwardian gold pocket watch with a gold pocket barometer.

The pocket watch has a white enamel dial with roman numerals in black and Arabic numbers for the 24 hours in red.

The case is stamped on the inside of the outer hinged back cover 'K14', the maker's initials 'WR & F' for Wuilleumier-Robert & Fils, who made pocket watches in Geneva around about 1881, and a squirrel which is the Swiss mark for 14 carat gold.

The dial has a secondary dial for the seconds and is in working order.

The unusual pocket barometer, made in the form of a fob for a pocket watch and fob chain, has an 18 carat mark on the ring and no other markings.

The barometer has an open escapement and is in working order.

Both the watch and barometer have intertwined initials engraved on the back and have belonged and used by the same person 'A W'.

The watch and barometer are in good condition and both are working, we have not had the watch overhauled and are selling it as is. (Circa 1900)

Watch Diameter 5cm (2 inches)
Barometer Diameter 3cm (1.2 inches)