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Auktionen Dr. Crott 91st Auction

508 French, presumably School of Blois, 38 mm, 49 g, circa 1600 A very fine, extremely rare one-handed pre-balance spring miniature gold enamel pendant watch Case: gold, all-over turquoise enamelled and polychrome painted enamel blooming lilies, inside in turqoise blue with floral “en grisaille” paintings, ball-shaped pendant. Dial: gold/enamel, florally engraved border, enamel chapter ring with radial Roman numerals, in the centre polychrome painted enamel blooming lilies on a turquoise enamelled background, blued tulip hand. Movm.: full plate movement, keywind, firegilt, gut/ fusee, baluster-shaped movement pillars, applied blued iron click work, ring balance without balance spring, very finely florally engraved, pierced balance cock. The School of Blois In its time Blois was not only a stronghold of enamel painting but also an important centre of watchmaking. The reputation of Blois began during the reign of King Francis I (1515-1547). The unique beauty of the painted enamel cases created at the school of Blois rivalled those coming from the school of Geneva and the pieces were not only highly valued at the time but also cherished as masterpieces of art in the centuries that followed. 法國,疑是Blois學校的作品 — 極精緻,極罕見的迷你黃金琺瑯單 一指針鍊錶 40538  C: 2, 10 D: 2 M: 2, 4, 41, 51  32.000 - 38.000 EUR 35.200 - 41.800 USD 288.000 - 342.000 HKD