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This unusual watch stand is made of very heavy solid brass, dates from the early 20th century and has a trench art type quality to it which looks like it was engineered on a ship.
The watch stand has a movable brass watch holder and a 1920's Ingersoll Yankee Radiolite pocket watch sits nicely in it. The watch is held in the holder with a screw-on brass back plate.
The watch stand's design and quality suggest that this may have originally been used or made on board a warship or similar vessel at the beginning of the 20th century and it is very heavy at over 2 kg.
A very nice interesting item that looks great on display.
Material: Heavy solid brass stand.
Date: Early 20th century stand. 1920's watch.
Length: 14 cm (5 1/2") approx.
Width: 6.5 cm (2 3/4") approx.
Height: 10 cm (4") approx.
Total weight: 2363 g.
Condition: Good used antique condition. All over pits and scratches. The watch is working but is temperamental and sometimes needs a wiggle to get it working so we do not guarantee the working condition of the watch. The back plate which holds the watch in place is slightly loose.Please see pictures.
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