curated
Collection of exceptional timepieces
selected, collected & curated
with love & devotion.
curated
Curated timepieces
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Fd. Grandperrin, Paris, circa 1855

An important astron­omical table clock with plane­tarium and plane­spherium - made for the World exhibi­tion in Paris 1855 - with full calendar, half hour/hour strike, moon age and moon phase and one month power reserve

Estimate 200.000 - 300.000 €

Realised
275.000 €

Fd. Grandperrin, Paris, circa 1855

Royer à Paris, circa 1770

An extremely rare and impor­tant splendid Louis XV bronze pendulum clock "Pendule au Sanglier", with half hour/hour self strike and musical movement with 9 tunes that activates on the hour and can also be activated manually

Estimate 125.000 - 160.000 €

Realised
130.200 €

Royer à Paris, circa 1770

Gilles de Beefe à Liége, circa 1750

An important Baroque half hour repeating table clock with half hour/hour strike and carillon with two different tunes activating on the half hour

Estimate 7.000 - 20.000 €

Realised
56.000 €

Gilles de Beefe à Liége, circa 1750

Janvier, Movement No. 342 5/1802, circa 1802

An important astronomical table clock with half hour/hour strike and moon phase with an unusual pin wheel escapement with a short lever

Estimate 44.000 - 60.000 €

Realised
55.000 €

Janvier, Movement No. 342 5/1802, circa 1802

Stephen Rimbault, London / Johann Zoffany, circa 1765

An important ormolu musical table clock with hour strike

Estimate 22.000 - 28.000 €

Realised
32.250 €

Stephen Rimbault, London / Johann Zoffany, circa 1765

Henri Jullien à Paris / A. Bonebakker & Zoon, circa 1900

An important Neo-Renaissance figure pendulum clock

Estimate 7.000 - 10.000 €

Realised
8.950 €

Henri Jullien à Paris / A. Bonebakker & Zoon, circa 1900

John Clowes, Londini fecit, circa 1680

An early, small ebonised bracket clock with half hour self strike and date

Estimate 16.000 - 20.000 €

Realised
26.050 €

John Clowes, Londini fecit, circa 1680

Johann Georg Mayr at Munich, circa 1670/1720

A unique night light projection clock of museum quality with astronomical indications

Estimate 30.000 - 50.000 €

Realised
37.200 €

Johann Georg Mayr at Munich, circa 1670/1720

William Creak, Royal Exchange, London, circa 1770

A very attractive rococo style table clock with quarter hour repeater, quarter strike, musical movement with two tunes and automaton

Estimate 45.000 - 55.000 €

Realised
49.600 €

William Creak, Royal Exchange, London, circa 1770

Probably French, circa 1830

An early and extremely rare carved wood figure clock with hour self strike and 2 automatons

Estimate 4.000 - 6.000 €

Realised
38.450 €

Probably French, circa 1830

Gaudron à Paris, circa 1680

Important, extremely fine and early striking "Pendule Religieuse" with moon phase, moonage

Estimate 32.000 - 35.000 €

Realised
56.150 €

Gaudron à Paris, circa 1680

Jean (Johann) Hoff, Francfort, circa 1790

An important, unique, skeletonized Directoire lyre mantel clock with perpetual calendar

Estimate 17.000 - 30.000 €

Realised
49.600 €

Jean (Johann) Hoff, Francfort, circa 1790

Abraham Gilbert à Paris, circa 1750

An important Louis XV pendulum clock "Amor riding the elephant"

Estimate 9.000 - 11.000 €

Realised
56.150 €

Abraham Gilbert à Paris, circa 1750

John Marriott, Fleet Street, London, circa 1800

An important musical Bracket Clock with calendar and moon phase

Estimate 30.000 - 40.000 €

Realised
97.600 €

John Marriott, Fleet Street, London, circa 1800

Jaques-Victor Proutat, circa 1898

Important and unique oversized masterpiece of museum quality

Estimate 100.000 - 150.000 €

Realised
158.600 €

Jaques-Victor Proutat, circa 1898

Ferdinand Barbedienne, Fondeur, circa 1870

A Napoleon III ormolu and marble pendule à circles de tournant "The Three Graces"

Estimate 4.000 - 6.000 €

Realised
10.950 €

Ferdinand Barbedienne, Fondeur, circa 1870

Jaques Panier à Paris, circa 1780

An extremely rare and important Louis XVI bronze pendulum clock: "Grinning Lion"

Estimate 12.000 - 25.000 €

Realised
17.100 €

Jaques Panier à Paris, circa 1780

Charles Klaftenberger, London / attributed to Henri Jacot à Paris, circa 1850

A very fine, important and rare quarter hour repeating carriage clock with "Grande Sonnerie", full calendar and alarm

Estimate 10.000 - 15.000 €

Realised
18.300 €

Charles Klaftenberger, London / attributed to Henri Jacot à Paris, circa 1850

Paris, circa 1815

A rare Parisian pendulum clock with putti blowing soap bubbles: "While we play time evaporates like a soap bubble"

Estimate 22.000 - 30.000 €

Realised
24.400 €

Paris, circa 1815

J. Le Roy à Paris, circa 1745

An important large rococo pendule "The Rape of Europe", attributed to Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain

Estimate 25.000 - 30.000 €

Realised
31.750 €

J. Le Roy à Paris, circa 1745

Marguerite à Paris, circa 1690

A rare Louis XIV pendule in a case type, framed by André Charles Boulle "Tête de poupeé"

Estimate 18.000 - 22.000 €

Realised
36.600 €

Marguerite à Paris, circa 1690

Lepaute à Paris, circa 1785

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

Estimate 100.000 - 150.000 €

Realised
120.000 €