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Lot No. 496 (89th Auction)
Henri Jullien รก Paris / A. Bonebakker & Zoon, Amsterdam, Movement No. 2524, Height 515 mm, circa 1900

An important Neo-Renaissance figure pendulum clock
Case: black marble and massive silver. The watch is set in a base in the form of a fluted column. On top is the statue of a goddess standing on a rock; the goddess wears a tunic and a laurel wreath on her head; she is holding an amphora in her hands. The back of the clock is signed "A. Bonebakker & Zoon", the side is stamped. Dial: black chapter ring with applied Roman numerals; the bezel is divided in three parts and has an ornamental frieze. Gilt centre with engine-turned star pattern, spade hands; back with very fine hinged silver movement cover. Movm.: circular brass full plate movement, numbered, signed, gilt, 2 barrels, keywind, 1 hammer / 1 bell, solid movement pillars, count wheel.

Henri Jullien
Actually Henrik Jullien, born in 1812, was a retailer for clocks and watches. He had a shop in Amsterdam.

A. Bonebakker & Zoon, Amsterdam
Adrianus Bonebakker became a master silversmith in Amsterdam in 1792. In 1801 Bonebakker formed a partnership with Diederik Louis Bennewitz and the brothers Peirolet and Peirolet, Bennewitz & Bonebakker very quickly became one of the leaders in style and fashion - Bennewitz was a creative silversmith and the driving force in this success. Due to the large number of incoming orders the company was forced to transfer some of its work to other silversmiths. From 1816 to 1818 a team worked on an order from the city of Amsterdam to create a wedding present for Prince William (later King William II) and Duchess Anna Pawlowna: a 419 piece dinnerware set of which a considerable part is today held by the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. In 1840 King William II ordered the royal crown to be made by Bonebakker.
After the partnership dissolved in 1821 for professional reasons, Bonnebakker continued to work under the name Ashes Bonebakker & Son.
Source: http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrianus_Bonebakker, as of 03/06/2014
Estimate  7,000 - 10,000 €
This is a lot of a former auction!

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