The cross watch with a gold-plated brass case is a one-hand watch with a movement adapted to the shape of the cross. It has a verge escapement (without hairspring), fusee with gut string. The ring-shaped dial has Roman numerals from 1-12 with a black steel pointer. There are three oval windows on each side of the case for viewing the movement (later glazed with plastic). The front of the work is chased with flowers, the back under the lid is chased in the form of an engraving. In the front cover there is a rock crystal in the shape of a cross as a watch glass.
Manufacture: 2nd quarter of the 17th century