This one will need a lot of work to restore; it's missing the crystal, hands and the movement isn't running. But I do think the dial is pretty.
I'm trying to find out a little about it. The dial has a logo of an A in a triangle. I figured I could find out more by opening the back.
The inside of the case back has a few marks and numbers, that I can't really make out. The guy at the local watch shop said it's silver.
On the movement cover (cuvette, right?) is written "Remontoire Cylindre 6 Rubis" -- I know that's a description of the movement; not a maker's name.
So then it's on to the movement and ... not much more to go on. Again, that logo with an A in a triangle. '1911' is on there, as are "Avance" and "Retard" on the regulator.
In my limited Internet research, I haven't come across this maker. I'm hoping someone here knows.