curated
Collection of exceptional timepieces
selected, collected & curated
with love & devotion.
curated
Curated timepieces
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Breguet Neveu & Cie, Paris, circa 1863

A fine small ship's chrono­meter with two barrels and regulator dial, the original ratchet key and transport box

Estimate 40.000 - 50.000 €

Realised
93.800 €

Breguet Neveu & Cie, Paris, circa 1863

John Arnold & Son, London, circa 1794

An important ship's chronometer with 2 days power reserve and Arnold's spring detent escapement with Z balance

Estimate 12.000 - 20.000 €

Realised
55.800 €

John Arnold & Son, London, circa 1794

Ferdinand Berthoud à Paris, circa 1785

An important precision regulator of museum quality with brass/steel gridiron pendulum and indi­cations of day, date and equation of time

Estimate 110.000 - 150.000 €

Realised
117.800 €

Ferdinand Berthoud à Paris, circa 1785

Ferdinand Berthoud à Paris, circa 1780

A remarkable Louis XVI splendour pendulum wall clock, so called "Cartel d'applique", with centre seconds hand and pin-pallet escape­ment according to Pouzait - by one of the most prominent French makers

Estimate 40.000 - 55.000 €

Realised
62.000 €

Ferdinand Berthoud à Paris, circa 1780

Joseph Thaddäus Winnerl, circa 1850

A remarkable precision regulator of museum quality with 45 days power reserve and Winnerl's up side down pendulum lever escapement

Estimate 42.000 - 60.000 €

Realised
60.800 €

Joseph Thaddäus Winnerl, circa 1850

S. Smith & Son, 9 Strand, London, circa 1899

A gentleman's important, heavy minute repeating pocket watch with one-minute tour­billon and Kew Class A certifi­cate

Estimate 60.000 - 80.000 €

Realised
81.900 €

S. Smith & Son, 9 Strand, London, circa 1899

Favre & Andrier, Le Locle Suisse, circa 1860

An outstan­ding precision regu­lator with a unique version of the constant force detent escape­ment "a coup perdu" and experi­mental compen­sation pendulum

Estimate 25.000 - 35.000 €

Realised
55.800 €

Favre & Andrier, Le Locle Suisse, circa 1860

Pennington, Pendleton and others / Thomas Mudge, London, circa 1796

A one day ship's chronometer of museum quality, built according to the designs of Thomas Mudge

Estimate 380.000 - 450.000 €

Realised
471.200 €

Pennington, Pendleton and others / Thomas Mudge, London, circa 1796

Clemens Riefler, München, No. 591, Type A3, circa 1944

Astronomical precision regulator with gravity escapement

Estimate 55.000 - 70.000 €

Realised
68.200 €

Clemens Riefler, München, No. 591, Type A3, circa 1944

John Arnold, London, Inv. et Fecit, circa 1797

An important pocket chronometer "of the Best Kind" with spring detent escapement and Arnold's ZO balance

Estimate 50.000 - 70.000 €

Realised
143.900 €

John Arnold, London, Inv. et Fecit, circa 1797

Paul Philip Barraud, Cornhill, London, circa 1802

An important ship's chronometer of museum quality, built according to the designs of Thomas Mudge

Estimate 200.000 - 250.000 €

Realised
272.800 €

Paul Philip Barraud, Cornhill, London, circa 1802

Louis Berthoud, No. 48, circa 1797

An important, very fine, small ship's chronometer with pivoted detent escapement of Louis Berthoud

Estimate 65.000 - 80.000 €

Realised
70.700 €

Louis Berthoud, No. 48, circa 1797

Lory à Paris, circa 1823

A most important and extremely fine astronomical pendulum clock

Estimate 80.000 - 100.000 €

Realised
189.100 €

Lory à Paris, circa 1823

"John Harrison"

An important full size replica of John Harrisons first sea clock "H 1" in museum quality

Estimate 280.000 - 300.000 €

Realised
366.000 €

 John Harrison

Clemens Riefler, Nesselwang, circa 1884

An important, in museum quality, astronomical precision seconds pendulum clock

Estimate 150.000 - 200.000 €

Realised
177.700 €

Clemens Riefler, Nesselwang, circa 1884

Charles Cummins, London, circa 1853

An unusual English precision seconds pendulum clock

Estimate 12.000 - 15.000 €

Realised
77.550 €

Charles Cummins, London, circa 1853

Charles Oudin & Cie., circa 1860

An extraordinary precision table regulator of museum quality with gravity escapement and constant force

Estimate 20.000 - 30.000 €

Realised
26.050 €

Charles Oudin & Cie., circa 1860

Robert Robin, Hger du Roi à Paris, circa 1790

Astronomical precision table clock of museum quality

Estimate 50.000 - 80.000 €

Realised
90.550 €

Robert Robin, Hger du Roi à Paris, circa 1790

Henri Motel, Horloger de la Marine, circa 1840

An important, very fine ship's chronometer

Estimate 22.000 - 26.000 €

Realised
27.900 €

Henri Motel, Horloger de la Marine, circa 1840

Breguet et fils, circa 1830

An important, rare ship's chronometer

Estimate 13.000 - 17.000 €

Realised
16.150 €

Breguet et fils, circa 1830

Berthoud à Paris, circa 1795

An important table regulator with half hour strike, of museum quality with day/date indication and central second

Estimate 36.000 - 42.000 €

Realised
44.650 €

Berthoud à Paris, circa 1795

Uhrenfabrik Union Glashütte in Sachsen / Franz Lidecke, circa 1911

A rare, very fine ship's chronometer with 56h power reserve

Estimate 13.000 - 16.000 €

Realised
16.150 €

Uhrenfabrik Union Glashütte in Sachsen / Franz Lidecke, circa 1911

Breguet à Paris, circa 1820

An important, rare ship's chronometer manufactured in best movement quality "Garde Temps"

Estimate 15.000 - 20.000 €

Realised
24.400 €

Breguet à Paris, circa 1820

Lepaute à Paris, circa 1807

An important precision regulator with equation of time table and four seconds remontoir of museum quality

Estimate 35.000 - 45.000 €

Realised
45.150 €

Lepaute à Paris, circa 1807

James-C. Pellaton, circa 1946

A table chronometer of museum quality with 1-minute-tourbillon

Estimate 100.000 - 150.000 €

Realised
148.700 €

James-C. Pellaton, circa 1946

James-C. Pellaton, circa 1947

An important small table chronometer with tourbillon

Estimate 50.000 - 65.000 €

Realised
74.450 €

James-C. Pellaton, circa 1947

Sigmund Riefler, circa 1906

An important precision seconds pendulum regulator in an Art Nouveau case

Estimate 45.000 - 55.000 €

Realised
62.250 €

Sigmund Riefler, circa 1906

Patek Philippe, Genève, circa 1975

T3 master clock system

Estimate 6.500 - 8.500 €

Realised
10.550 €

Patek Philippe, Genève, circa 1975

Clemens Riefler, Munich, circa 1922

Astronomical precision seconds pendulum regulator with Riefler's gravity escapement

Estimate 55.000 - 60.000 €

Realised
61.800 €

Clemens Riefler, Munich, circa 1922

Gallonde à Paris, circa 1780

An extremely rare early mobile precision regulator used by the Brest Naval Academy

Estimate 15.000 - 20.000 €

Realised
19.250 €

Gallonde à Paris, circa 1780

Inventée par Ferdinand Berthoud, circa 1770

Extremely rare and important experimental journey precision regulator in a Louis XVI cabinet

Estimate 40.000 - 50.000 €

Realised
103.000 €