L.M.Lilpop 14K gold Pocket watch Taschenuhr Fabriquee Chf Tissot & fils locle

L.M.Lilpop 14K gold Pocket watch Taschenuhr Fabriquee Chf Tissot & fils locle

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Ludwik Maurycy Lilpop 14 K Gold pocket watch 0.585 Taschenuhr 1845-1905 Warsaw Fabriquee Specialement Pour A arsovie Fournisseur de la majestie Weight - 72 grams 0.585 Gold This piece has been serviced in the argyll arcade in glasgow recently and has good time keeping Jewelled lever escapement with biometric balance jewelled train work Cirx 1895 with slimline pocket watch back Guilloche engine turned dial with black title numerals Breguet end blued gun metal hands with subsidiary dial The watch has a condition report of 97 % which is considerable for a watch dating around 1895 Heraldic hand engraved inner lid in magnificent styles from old English to grace fonts No 117225 Home of Chf Tissot Hallmark - Small squirrel large squirrel indicating Swiss higher standard 0.585 not the 0.5833 Serial Number 117225 Both the case es inner lids are made from 14 K gold and are hallmarked Some photos are reflecting white is is a camera fault the watch is 14 k Yellow gold Historical Ludwik Maurycy Lilpop 1845-1905 Warsaw Emigrated from Austria Grayzu to poland Warsaw Gold 585, Brückenankerwerk, weißes Emailzifferblatt, arabische Ziffern, kleine vertiefte Sekunde, Gold 585, bridge anchorage, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, small recessed second, . In 1896 he was already a master and worked in his father's workshop Senatorska St. 6. Since 1906, that is from the death of his father, he managed the plant expanding his activities with jewelery. On September 24 In 1910 he married Janina Brydowska and in the same year he moved the plant and the shop on Wierzbowa 3 Street, where it remained permanently until 1939. Still maintained the old company name "L.M. Lilpop. "He cooperated with the Swiss Tissota company by importing mechanisms for watches from it. In 1917. he was the godfather of the new banner ordained on March 18 a collection of watchmakers funded by members' contributions. Add it may be worth it here that the banner was given the name of Władysław for emphasis merits placed for the guild by watchmaker Władysław Grabau. Stefan Ludwik Lilpop died on June 28, 1923 and was buried in Evangelical-Augsburg Cemetery. His son Ludwik Maurycy, yes crossed out his father's figure: "My father graduated from high school. Pankiewicz in Warsaw, And then a higher watchmaking school in Switzerland, after which he took a job in watch factories. After returning to the country he obtained the title of master. As a masterpiece he made a chronometer. He also made several pocket watches according to his design. He ran a watchmaker's workshop and shop at ul. Wierzbowa 3 pod the company L.M. Lilpop
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