Watch with a brass case and silver lids hinged at the top; the sides are wrapped in a silver band engraved with reclining figures, leafy volutes, and a spring of water; there is a coat of arms engraved on the front lid and a monogram on the back lid; all the engravings show signs of wear; the lids are gilt on the inside. The pendant is welded to the case and holds a loose round ring; the knob is turned.
The gilt dial is engraved with floral volutes and a winged head facing downward. At the center is a view of a town by a river, probably Sedan (north-east of Reims, on the Moselle), with a fisherman in the foreground. The silver chapter ring is fairly thin, with Roman hour numerals separated by marks. The elegant burnished steel hand is in the shape of a lily.
This oval pendant watch is signed by Augustin Forfaict. Its mechanism is extractable by means of bayonet hooks. The movement has a gut fusee and a verge escapement. The balance lacks a regulator.