curated
Collection of exceptional timepieces
selected, collected & curated
with love & devotion.
curated
Curated timepieces
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Augsburg, circa 1610

An important Renaissance figure clock of museum quality, with rolling eyes, two auto­matons and quarter hour/hour strike "The dromedary"

Estimate 150.000 - 200.000 €

Realised
156.300 €

Augsburg, circa 1610

Master's Mark "NS" (Nicolaus Schmidt the Elder), Augsburg, circa 1580

An important horizontal, two-hand Renaissance table clock of museum quality with original fire-gilding, chased decor­ation in high relief, 24 hour dial, quarter hour/hour strike, alarm and early minute indi­cation "The Lion Hunt"

Estimate 150.000 - 200.000 €

Realised
168.800 €

Master's Mark NS (Nicolaus Schmidt the Elder), Augsburg, circa 1580

Bohemian, circa 1620

A Bohemian table clock of museum-like quality with quarter hour strike, cross­beat escape­ment and remontoir in the manner of Jost Burgi - Unique Masterpiece

Estimate 120.000 - 200.000 €

Realised
225.000 €

Bohemian, circa 1620

"The Lion and the Lioness", Swiss and English, circa 1790

A very rare and historically interesting gilt-metal, gold and enamel coach-watch with astronomical regulator dial

Estimate 120.000 - 200.000 €

Realised
186.000 €

 The Lion and the Lioness , Swiss and English, circa 1790

I.S.W., Breslaw (Wroclaw), circa 1630-1650

An extremely important astronomical "Türmchenuhr" table clock with quarter strike and hour strike

Estimate 125.000 - 140.000 €

Realised
142.900 €

I.S.W., Breslaw (Wroclaw), circa 1630-1650

Christiaan Huygens, Den Haag, circa 1685

The Perfect Marine Balance Longitude Clock "BALANCIER MARIN PERFAIT"

Estimate 600.000 - 1.000.000 €

Realised
702.550 €

Christiaan Huygens, Den Haag, circa 1685

"Orpheus Clock", circa 1570

Highly important Southern German large astronomical horizontal table clock, so far undocumented

Estimate 250.000 - 400.000 €

Realised
366.000 €

 Orpheus Clock , circa 1570

Master's mark "MD", Augsburg, circa 1610

An important Renaissance clock "The Upright Lion"

Estimate 70.000 - 90.000 €

Realised
91.500 €

Master's mark MD , Augsburg, circa 1610

Master's mark "CW", attributed Caspar Werner, circa 1548

An important Nuremberg Renaissance piece of museum quality; earliest dated and monogrammed table and pendant watch

Estimate 100.000 - 150.000 €

Realised
237.200 €

Master's mark CW , attributed Caspar Werner, circa 1548

"HS" (attributed to Hans Schniep, Speyer), circa 1580

An important, one-handed splendour coach clock with hour self strike from Southern German origin

Estimate 40.000 - 80.000 €

Realised
75.000 €

 HS (attributed to Hans Schniep, Speyer), circa 1580

"Passion Clock", circa 1580

An unique Renaissance automaton clock of museum quality - most probably from Augsburg

Estimate 75.000 - 100.000 €

Realised
85.400 €

 Passion Clock , circa 1580

Master's mark "MK", probably Augsburg, circa 1580

A very fine and rare, oval, one-handed pre-balance Renaissance watch with hour self strike and alarm

Estimate 16.000 - 25.000 €

Realised
57.350 €

Master's mark MK , probably Augsburg, circa 1580

G(ilbert) Martinot, Paris, circa 1560

A fine remarkable Renaissance-style turret clock with one hand and very unusual quarter strike mechanism

Estimate 18.000 - 30.000 €

Realised
46.000 €

G(ilbert) Martinot, Paris, circa 1560

Mathys Bockels in Haerlem, circa 1625

An important egg-shaped gold enamel miniature verge pocket watch

Estimate 100.000 - 130.000 €

Realised
110.050 €

Mathys Bockels in Haerlem, circa 1625

Peter Antoni Schegs in Nürnberg, circa 1687

A highly important minute striking astronomical Nuremberg tower clock

Estimate 60.000 - 70.000 €

Realised
103.700 €

Peter Antoni Schegs in Nürnberg, circa 1687

"I.E/W.", probably Johan Eichstedt, circa 1680

An astronomical Grande Sonnerie horizontal table clock in museum like quality

Estimate 85.000 - 100.000 €

Realised
97.600 €

 I.E/W. , probably Johan Eichstedt, circa 1680

Anonymous, Augsburg, circa 1600

An important Augsburg automaton clock with quarter hour/hour strike and alarm

Estimate 80.000 - 100.000 €

Realised
79.300 €

Anonymous, Augsburg, circa 1600

"WA", probably Flandern, circa 1580

An important, small Renaissance wall clock with hour strike and alarm

Estimate 55.000 - 70.000 €

Realised
83.550 €

 WA , probably Flandern, circa 1580

"HP" (Hans Pohl at Olmütz), circa 1570

A single hand early portable watch of museum quality

Estimate 40.000 - 60.000 €

Realised
54.600 €

 HP (Hans Pohl at Olmütz), circa 1570

Michel Schultz à Dantzick, circa 1660

An important, astronomical hexagonal pre-balance table clock

Estimate 26.000 - 29.000 €

Realised
39.700 €

Michel Schultz à Dantzick, circa 1660

"VS" (Ulrich Schniep, Munich), circa 1580

An astronomical, single-handed, square cased horizontal table clock of museum quality

Estimate 22.000 - 30.000 €

Realised
39.700 €

 VS (Ulrich Schniep, Munich), circa 1580

"Sitting Bear", circa 1580

An important Renaissance automaton clock

Estimate 35.000 - 45.000 €

Realised
36.600 €

 Sitting Bear , circa 1580

Rock Crystal Table Clock, circa 1580

An important, small, probably French Renaissance table clock with striking train

Estimate 12.000 - 20.000 €

Realised
30.500 €

Rock Crystal Table Clock, circa 1580

Master's mark "JW" Jacob Wideman at Augsburg, circa 1650

An important square cased table clock with quarter hour self strike/hour self strike

Estimate 20.000 - 30.000 €

Realised
27.300 €

Master's mark JW Jacob Wideman at Augsburg, circa 1650

South German / James Gorham, Kensington, circa 1640 / 1810

A fine and rare blackamoor clock with automaton

Estimate 6.000 - 8.000 €

Realised
19.850 €