A full plate size 14 key wound and set movement by Ehrhardt signed under the dial with his trademark. It has a tangential Swiss Lever escapement, 7 jewels and an under-sprung cut compensating balance. It winds anticlockwise (as were English Fusee watches) by the use of gearing under the dial. It is set from the front by using the key on the "hub" holding the hands.
The English Consular type "swing out" case has Birmingham hallmarks for Sterling Silver, 1894 and the makers mark of William Ehrhardt.