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    Paul Vallette Art Deco Sterling and Enamel Pendant Watch, circa 1920
    Case: 27 x 25 mm, sterling, blue and black geometric enameled patterns, matching 28 inch long chain
    Dial: white with Arabic chapters, open square hands, black minute track
    Movement: nickel bridge, lever, 15 jewel, adjusted two positions
    Signed: triple signed Paul Vallette

    Condition Report*: Type: Paul Vallette silver and enamel Art Deco pendant watch
    Dial: white with Arabic chapters
    Hands; open squares with pointers
    Metal: sterling
    Case Info: blue and black enamel, 28 inch matching chain
    Case Length: 27 mm
    Case Width: 25 mm
    Crystal: glass
    Watch Movement: nickel, bridge, 15 jewel lever, adjusted two positions
    Circa: 1920
    Condition: running, dial toned, case with surface scratches, chain good
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2008
    8th-10th Monday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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