Good minute repeating chronograph in solid 14k gold hunter case.
Switzerland, circa 1890s.
Watch is quite big, diameter is 59mm, height without bow is 73mm, weight is 120 grams.
Watch is unsigned.
But the movement layout, the form of the centrifugal governor allows to attribute it to Barbezat-Baillot / Le Phare production - this Swiss company was one of the biggest manufacturers of complicated watches in late XIX early XX centuries.
Case bears Swiss, German and Russian hallmarks for 14k gold.
The case is quite solid, not a thin one.
The watch appears to be in normal condition, thought cleaning is recommended.
Movement is in running condition, though I don't guarantee time keeping.
Repetition and chronograph works as it should, though repeating is sometimes slow.
Cosmetically watch appears to be in quite nice condition.
Dial seems to be flawless.
Case is in good condition.
Watch comes in old matched box.