A Swiss Art Deco miniature silver guilloche translucent enamel travel clock, circa 1920.
The 1.8-cm silvered dial has Arabic numerals. The Breguet hands are made of blued steel.
The movement is driven by a spring barrel and has a duration of four days. It is being regulated by an achor escapement with ruby pallets in combination with a bi-metallic compensated balance with adjustment screws.
The arched silver case has several marks on the bottom; .930 for the silver alloy (930/1000). Further there are the marks VWCo and GDC, finally there is the number 233. The case is throughout adorned with geometrical guilloche engraved panels which are covered with blue translucent enamel and lined with white enamel lines. The case is surmounted with an octagonal handle and is raised on small ball feet.