Tiffany “Ed Koehn” Gents Pocket Watch


Exceptional gents pocket watch in solid 18K gold by Ed. Koehn made for the famous American jeweler and retailer Tiffany & Co. Scroll down to read about this double signed timepiece.

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Edouard Koehn or Ed. Koehn (1839-1908) was a watchmaker and then director at Patek Philippe. In 1891 Koehn took over H.R. Ekegren, keeping the company’s name and the founder as chief engineer until the latter’s death in 1896. The firm, as of 1908 managed by Koehn’s son Edouard, specialized in the production of flat or extra flat watches of exceptional quality.

This pocket watch was made around 1910 and remains in excellent condition.

The white enamel dial is signed Tiffany & Co and features black roman numerals, an outer minute tracking and sub seconds at 6 with matching blue steel hands. Some very light signs of use, but overall good condition.

The signed 18 carat rose gold case shows multiple gold hallmarks. All lids close nicely and feel sturdy. The back has engraved initials. The inner case shows a presentation text from 1911.

Distinctive and elegant first quality slim nickel 20 jewel movement, signed Tiffany & Co New York, By Ed Koehn. The movement is clean and running with a solid tick and keeping time very accurately (±10 seconds off every 24 hours, amplitude of 325). Fine overall design and finishing with large rubies and wolf tooth winding gears.


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Ed Koehn, retailed by Tiffany & Co


18K Yellow Gold


66 Grams




47mm / 57mm