Seiko Laurel 18K Gold Pocket Watch
Laurel was a discontinued brand name under Seikosha (SKS) before Seiko became the signature brand name in 1923. This pocket watch was produced in 1913, before the War World 1 took place. The case is made of 18K yellow gold, a very precious material during that era. It could be imagined that the original owner was considerably wealthy and might even have significant social status. Comparing to pocket watches at larger sizes, the movement is particularly tiny and exceptional craftsmanship was required for continuous production. Therefore, only 30-40 pieces could be produced per day.
Diameter (excluding the crown): 30mm
Caliber: Original manual movement
Accessories: Watch only
Service History: Unknown