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Renaissance

Attrib. to Piguet & Meylan à Brassus, circa 1820


Attrib. to Piguet & Meylan à Brassus, circa 1820 A gentleman’s heavy and gorgeous gold enamel pocket watch set with half pearls, with musical movement playing on the hour

Estimate
110.000 - 150.000 €

Realised
151.200 €

Ilbery, London, circa 1810


Ilbery, London, circa 1810 A gold and enamel watch of museum quality studded with half pearls, created for the Chinese market: "The Peach".

Estimate
160.000 - 250.000 €

Realised
192.200 €

Attributed to Piguet & Meylan à Brassus, circa 1820


Attributed to Piguet & Meylan à Brassus, circa 1820 A gentleman's exquisite, very fine, important quarter repeating gold enamel pocket watch with musical movement

Estimate
130.000 - 160.000 €

Realised
136.400 €

John Arnold, London, circa 1797


John Arnold, London, 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 €

Piguet et Meylan à Brassus, circa 1820


Piguet et Meylan à Brassus, circa 1820 A gentleman's exquisite, very fine, important quarter repeating gold enamel pocket watch with musical movement

Estimate
100.000 - 150.000 €

Realised
219.600 €

Hallmark "PFPG", circa 1810


Hallmark PFPG , circa 1810 An important gold enamel pocket watch with two Jacquemarts and three automatons

Estimate
40.000 - 60.000 €

Realised
120.400 €

Girard Perregaux, circa 1910


Girard Perregaux, circa 1910 An exceptionally fine, historically important "Three Bridge Tourbillon"

Estimate
150.000 - 250.000 €

Realised
183.000 €

Jean Fazy & Fils à Genève, circa 1810


Jean Fazy & Fils à Genève, circa 1810 An extremely rare Empire gold enamel pocket watch with jumping digital time indication

Estimate
66.000 - 80.000 €

Realised
259.200 €

Piguet & Meylan à Brassus, circa 1820


Piguet & Meylan à Brassus, circa 1820 An extremely rare, very fine gold enamel quarter repeating pocket watch for the Chinese market

Estimate
300.000 - 600.000 €

Realised
302.400 €

Piguet & Meylan à Brassus, circa 1815


Piguet & Meylan à Brassus, circa 1815 A gentleman's very fine, important gold enamel quarter repeating pocket watch for the Chinese market

Estimate
80.000 - 120.000 €

Realised
201.600 €

Markwick Markham & Perigal, London, circa 1878


Markwick Markham & Perigal, London, circa 1878 An exquisite quarter repeating gold enamel verge pocket watch in a triple case

Estimate
95.000 - 120.000 €

Realised
102.500 €

Ferdinand Berthoud/Jean Martin à Paris, circa 1799


Ferdinand Berthoud/Jean Martin à Paris, circa 1799 An important pocket chronometer with central seconds and pivoted detent escapement

Estimate
80.000 - 100.000 €

Realised
70.850 €

Breguet, circa 1838


Breguet, circa 1838 An important flat gent's half quarter repeating pocket watch

Estimate
90.000 - 120.000 €

Realised
195.200 €

Goullons à Paris, circa 1660


Goullons à Paris, circa 1660 An exceptional gold enamel hunting case watch attributed to the school of Blois

Estimate
20.000 - 30.000 €

Realised
122.000 €

Patek Philippe & Co. Geneva, circa 1885


Patek Philippe & Co. Geneva, circa 1885 Exceptionally rare, most likely unique, magnificent, convertible (cabriolet), triple-cased pendant watch

Estimate
50.000 - 80.000 €

Realised
100.800 €

Le Roy & Fils, Horlogers de la Marine, circa 1867


Le Roy & Fils, Horlogers de la Marine, circa 1867 A gentleman's important astronomic minute repeating pocket watch with independent split seconds chronograph

Estimate
60.000 - 80.000 €

Realised
85.400 €

Charles Frodsham, London, circa 1910


Charles Frodsham, London, circa 1910 An important, oversized and extremely heavy precision pocket watch with one minute tourbillon

Estimate
70.000 - 90.000 €

Realised
93.600 €

Fleurier, circa 1830


Fleurier, circa 1830 A very fine gold enamel pocket watch with jumping centre seconds

Estimate
50.000 - 70.000 €

Realised
87.850 €

Ulysse Nardin Locle & Genève "Chronomètre", circa 1905


Ulysse Nardin Locle & Genève Chronomètre , circa 1905 A very fine and important minute repeating hunting case pocket watch with Westminster carillon

Estimate
60.000 - 75.000 €

Realised
55.000 €

Attributed to Piguet & Meylan à Brassus, circa 1815


Attributed to Piguet & Meylan à Brassus, circa 1815 A gentleman's very fine, important gold enamel quarter repeating pocket watch with musical movement

Estimate
120.000 - 150.000 €

Realised
133.900 €

S. Smith & Son, London, circa 1910


S. Smith & Son, London, circa 1910 An important, heavy precision pocket watch with minute tourbillon

Estimate
60.000 - 80.000 €

Realised
61.000 €

Albert H. Potter & Co. à Genève, circa 1875


Albert H. Potter & Co. à Genève, circa 1875 A very fine, rare precision hunting case pocket watch with Potter's patented pivoted detent chrono­meter escapement

Estimate
30.000 - 40.000 €

Realised
68.350 €