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This is a tricky one. I have found ads for two different names in the same year. Both in the DB and on newspapers. It is either the Beverly or the Colette.
A bit bummed that the case came with a broken lug that I wasn't expecting. I am looking into getting it repaired by a laser welder.
The case is 14K gold filled. The case serial # and the movement date stamp are 1928, as are the ads going up to 1930 or so. Looks like it came with two dial variations. This one and the other that is in the DB under Collette. The movement is a 5AP working 15 jewel movement with a 1928 cresent moon date stamp.
This is a pretty little watch with the black enamel and flower inlay and etched case. It also has a pretty flower crown. The band must be a replacement but also matches really well with matching flower design.
I am leaning toward Beverly only because the other two in the DB have the other dial and are in as Collette but either look to be correct. Look forward to hearing what you think. Thanks.