Pocket watch identification

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    Pocket watch identification

    I have a pocket watch, probably for a lady, Swiss made. The name of the maker has almost disappeared but I able to read ???oche Freres. The mark is L Fs in two joined half circles. Can anyone help please. It also has the SGDG No. 11373.

    Many thanks

    Dorlan

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    Re: Pocket watch identification

    Welcome to Watchuseek.

    Moved your post to the more suitable forum. Pics of front, back and movement would be very helpful.
    Kind regards
    Mike


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    Re: Pocket watch identification

    Thank you Mike

    The watch is not working and has been in a drawer for a long time.

    The dimensions are 48mm x 37mm x 8mm. The case is gold and white gold(?).

    Dorlan
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    Re: Pocket watch identification

    These are called 'purse watches' and your watch is
    art deco in design and probably from the thirties.
    The name on the dial is possibly the jewellers who retailed
    this watch.
    Nice watch, obvious quality and these purse watches are highly sought
    after.

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