Please activate JavaScript!
Please install Adobe Flash Player, click here for download

Auktionen Dr. Crott 88. Auktion

205 Jean-Georges Rémond & Compagnie à Genève / Piguet & Meylan à Genève, 30 x 19 x 12 mm, circa 1815 Außerordentlich seltene, kleine Miniatur Goldemail Musikspieldose Geh.: 18Kt Gold, Gehäuseherstellerpunze “IGRC” in einer Raute (I.G. Rémond & Compagnie) und Punzzeichen “PM” unter einer Krone (Piguet & Meylan). Rechteckig, allseitig punziertes und mit Weidenkorb Musterung guillochiertes Dekor auf Sablé Grund, im Zentrum des scharnierten Deckels ovale Kartusche, der Rand des Deckels und des Bodens mit blau emailliertem Mäanderband. Im Boden Öffnung für Aufzugsvierkant. Im Inneren durchbrochene, floral gravierte Abdeckung mit Scharnier. Werk: Messing, Stiftenwalze, Vibrationsblätter. An extremely rare, small miniature gold enamel music box Case: 18k gold, case maker’s punch mark “IGRC” in a lozenge (I.G. Rémond & Compagnie), punch mark crowned “PM” (Piguet & Meylan). Rectangular shape, on all sides chased and engine-turned with wicker basket pattern on sablé background, hinged lid with central oval medallion, lid and base with blue enamelled meander borders, opening for square winding key in the base. Interior with pierced and florally engraved cover with hinge. Movm.: brass, pin barrel, vibrating blades. Jean-Georges Rémond & Compagnie à Genève / Piguet & Meylan à Genève 日內瓦 — 極獨特罕見的迷你黃金琺瑯音樂盒 37426  G/C: 2, 11, 33 W/M: 2, 41  6.500 - 8.500 EUR 8.800 - 11.500 USD 71.500 - 93.500 HKD 206 Jean-Georges Rémond & Compagnie à Genève / Piguet & Meylan à Genève, Randnummer 573, 54 x 35 x 13 mm, circa 1810 Hochfeine, extrem seltene Miniatur Musikspieldose Geh.: 18Kt Gold, französischer Garantiestempel für 18Kt Gold 1798-1809, dritte Goldstandardmarke für Genf 1809-1814, französischer Département Garantiestempel für Gold 1809-1819, Gehäuseherstellerpunze “IGRC” in einer Raute (I.G. Rémond & Compagnie) und Punzzeichen “PM” unter einer Krone (Piguet & Meylan). Rechteckige Form, abgerundete Ecken, allseitig wellenförmig guillochiert, floral gravierte Randbordüren auf Sablé Grund, die abgerundeten Ecken mit gravierten Akanthusblüten. Scharnierter Deckel, im Zentrum sechseckiges Medaillon, im Boden Öffnung für Aufzugsvierkant. Werk: hochqualitatives Musikspielwerk, Rechteckform, Messing, Scheibe mit Stiften, 13 Vibrations- blätter. A very fine, extremely rare miniature musical box Case: 18k gold, French 18k gold guarantee mark 1798-1809, third gold standard mark of Geneva 1809-1814, French Département gold guarantee mark 1809-1819, case maker’s punch mark “IGRC” in a lozenge (I.G. Rémond & Compagnie), punch mark crowned “PM” (Piguet & Meylan). Rectangular with rounded corners, on all sides engine-turned waved patterns within a band of flowers on a sablé ground, corners with engraved acanthus flowers. Hinged cover with an hexagonal medallion in the centre, the base with winding aperture. Movm.: musical movement of excellent quality, rectangular form, brass, pinned disc, 13 vibration blades. Jean-Georges Rémond & Compagnie 日內瓦 / Piguet & Meylan 日內瓦 — 極精緻,極罕見的迷你音樂盒  37422  G/C: 2, 10 W/M: 2, 41, 51  22.000 - 25.000 EUR 29.800 - 33.800 USD 242.000 - 275.000 HKD Jean-Georges Rémond Jean-Georges Rémond was a goldsmith in Geneva and is recorded to have worked from 1783 until 1815 or 1820. He first used his master’s mark in 1783, when he became a master on December 22. He presumably formed the company Georges Rémond & Cie. seven years later; around 1800 the company was renamed Rémond, Mercier, Lamy & Cie. During the French occupation of Switzerland by Napoleon Rémond used his initials within a lozenge as his mark, which was in accordance with the stipulations of the newly formed Département du Léman. A similar design without the lozenge was used by the company Lamy, Rémond, Mercier, Daniel Berton from 1815 to 1829. In 1820 a new company Mercier, Blondel and Berton was established, so it is assumed that Rémond retired or died around that time. The new company only lasted for another seven years though and ceased to operate on April 14, 1827. J.D. Piguet et S. Meylan à Genève Piguet was an expert craftsman who produced his watches in partnership with Henry Capt and Philippe Samuel Meylan, and later also with his sons. Philippe Samuel Meylan came to Geneva at the age of 20 to work for Audemars Frères. He opened his own workshop near Le Brassus in 1811, but returned to Geneva later. He met Piguet and formed the partnership with him; they worked in Geneva under the name “Piguet & Meylan” from 1811 to 1828. The company became famous for its pocket watches with special functions; they created automatons with man and animal shapes and intricate musical mechanisms as well as skeleton watches.

Pages