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Here is an early 1900’s Sterling silver desk clock, which is actually an 8 day Sterling ASPREY pocket watch mounted in the STERLING case with leather back. This watch comes with some provenance; from the ca. 1630 english estate of SHARTSTED COURT once owned by Faunce De-Laune (as seen in the initials engraved at the top of the clock). Paperwork mentioning the estate is included. The watch itself is quite large, at 69mm. and the 4×4.6 inch leather and silver case with stand makes a perfect mantle or desk clock that will stay wound for up to 8 days. The manual winding movement was just cleaned by our watchmaker. The entire package is original and without any damage-very clean! All the patina remains lending a great vintage appeal.