Quare & Horseman
Fine and rare Daniel Quare and Stephen Horseman silver pair case verge and fusee
antique pocket watch circa 1720.
Beautiful champleveŽ dial centered with a crowned Lion & Unicorn.
The inner case with old repairs does not snap closed.
The movement with fine large pierced and engraved masked balance cock with
streamers, the foot and regulator plate also pierced and engraved.
Daniel Quare was one of England's most admired makers of watches and
clocks. He invented watch repeating work about 1680 . He went into
partnership with Horseman in 1718.
Diameter 58 mm
NOTE: The small circles or shadows in some of our photos
are reflections of the camera lens. Since this watch is much smaller than in the
enlarged photos, a tiny blemish or imperfection that you could not see when looking
at the actual watch can appear very large in the photos.