Swiss High Grade Split Second Chronometer
Dating to the early 1900s, this complex Swiss pocket watch possesses a highly desirable split-second chronograph complication. When the chronograph, or stopwatch, is engaged, a push of a button will cause the chronograph hand to split in two. This unique split hand gives the user the ability to time two independent events simultaneously within a single watch. This exquisitely complicated movement resides in a 25-year yellow gold-filled open face case. The time displays on a three-piece porcelain dial with fired enamel Arabic numerals. The watch face features a subsidiary seconds dial at the 6 o’clock mark and a thirty-minute accumulation dial at 12 o’clock.
This timepiece bears a full restoration and a one-year warranty.
Circa 1910SKU: SSHO 3042 $3,450 Inquire