The KUTEPOV Gold Enameled Pocket Watch by Pavel BUHRE, circa 1900
A fine gold quarter repeating hunter cased pocket watch with enameled crest of General Alexander Pavlovich Kutepov (1882-1930) by watchmaker to the Imperial Court in St. Petersburg, Pavel Buhre. The high grade hammered jeweled lever movement with white enamel dial, gold hands, Roman numerals and a subsidiary dial. The reverse applied with gold monogram AK. The cuvette signed in Cyrillic Pavel Buhre, Purveyor to the court of his Highness. Attached to a two-color gold watch chain from St. Petersburg, circa 1900.
2 ¼ in. (57 mm) diam; chain 10 1/2 in. (26.7) cm.
Bearing both Kutepov’s family crest in enamel and his applied initials AK, this rare timepiece was most likely presented to Kutepov for his valor and courage. Made by the renowned St. Petersburg watchmaker, Pavel Buhre, its keyless lever, quarter repeating mechanism is rare.
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Creator: Pavel Buhre
Creation Date: 1900
Materials: As described
Condition: Very good.
Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
Dealer Location: New York, NY
Reference Number: GJ056