15ct solid yellow gold curb-link chain with sliding T-bar, dog clip and spring bolt. Both clips and every link stamped 15 or .625 (15ct), the T-bar stamped F.C (Culme records numerous gold workers with the initials F.C), and with the London date letter (Gothic i) for 1924. 15.5 inches (39 cm) in length, weighing 32 grams.
For those who are not sure of how they were worn on a waistcoat, the T-bar goes through a button hole and the watch, held by the dog clip (also known as a swivel), is supported in a pocket. The other end can be used for a compass, pedometer, or similar. The button hole chosen for the T-bar is a matter of taste, sometimes being as low as the pocket, or a higher position can be used to show off the chain; some traditional waistcoats include a watch chain hole ready stitched.
In lovely unused condition. A colour and superior style suitable to adorn any 18ct yellow gold watch, plus that much cheaper due to the lower, and harder wearing, carat.