Popular during the Victorian Era, and a fun collectable to some, watch fob charms were decorative and functional pieces. They were attached to a pocket watch by a chain/strap to add weight and help the owner find the watch in their pocket. In general, they were created primarily for men.
This piece is made from 10k yellow gold. The fob itself is hollow, and was most likely for decorative purposes. The front displays a charming floral engraving.