Waterbury Catalin Clock

This is a very unusual Catalin-cased clock using a wind-up Waterbury movement, from the 1930's.  This is a fairly small clock, standing only about 4 inches high, and it is about 2 inches deep.  The candy-like case is pink with more intense red swirl, a color combination I have never seen in any other Catalin object.  The bezel is silver-plated brass (with considerable pitting).  The case has been restored to its original color.  When found, it was a dark butterscotch color giving no hint of the unusual shade that lay beneath.