Antiquorum’s Vicenza, 18th January 1992 Auction Totaled 1,912,143

The top lots for the auction are as follows:

LOT 250

"The Heart" of Piguet & Meylan A Highly Important Gold,Enamel,Pearl and Turquoise-set Heart-shaped Quarter-repeating Musical Automaton Watch, made for the Chinese Market by Piguet & Meylan, Geneve, circa 1820.

Sold for 709,000.00 ITL

Estimations :

ITL 0 - 0 |  | 


LOT 244

Extremely fine and rare, 18ct gold gentleman's wristwatch, with square button split-second chronograph register and tachometer.

Sold for 159,000.00 ITL

Estimations :

ITL 170,000 - 190,000 |  | 


LOT 242

Very fine and rare, two time zone, 18ct gold gentleman's wristwatch, with three hands and an addional dial with applied gold indexes.

Sold for 80,500.00 ITL

Estimations :

ITL 65,000 - 75,000 |  | 


LOT 241

Extremely fine and rare, rectangular curved, 18ct gold and "cloisonné" enamel gentleman's wristwatch.

Sold for 74,750.00 ITL

Estimations :

ITL 45,000 - 50,000 |  | 


LOT 225

Cartier Paris, "Tonneau", No. 7562 , made in 1918. Extremely fine and rare, early, curved, tonneau shaped, platinum and 18 ct gold gentleman's wristwatch.

Sold for 69,000.00 ITL

Estimations :

ITL 35,000 - 40,000 |  | 


LOT 245

Fine 60 hour going marine chronometer, with double barrel, in mahogany box, with original ratchet key.

Sold for 46,000.00 ITL

Estimations :

ITL 25,000 - 30,000 |  | 


LOT 212

Very fine 18 ct. golcl and enamel, keyless pocket chronometer.

C. Four body massive "bassine et filet" the bezels with an engraved floral decoration, the cover with an extremely fine enamelled portrait of a Chinese gentleman painted in the manner of J. Graf, a red blue and white champleve enamelled monogram: "N.Y.T." on the polished back. Gold cuvette. D. White enamel with Roman numerals and sunk subsidiary seconds. Gold "spade" hands. M. 20? nickeled, "fausses côtes" decoration, 18 jewels, some in screwed settings, pivoted detent escapement with gold 'scape wheel, cut bimetallic balance, blued steel helical balance spring with terminal curves. Signed on the dial, case and movement. In very good condition. Diam. 55 mm.

Sold for 43,700.00 ITL

Estimations :

ITL 25,000 - 30,000 |  | 


LOT 249

Breguet No. 3256, previously No.1840, bought back from Comte de Los Rios, sold to Combes Sieyes on November 19 th. 1818, for 2700 Francs.

Sold for 39,100.00 ITL

Estimations :

ITL 28,000 - 32,000 |  | 


LOT 223

Cartier, France, No. 19619, 1920's. Fine and elegant "Art Deco" 18 ct. gold and enamel moon-stone set keyless dress-watch.

Sold for 35,650.00 ITL

Estimations :

ITL 12,000 - 15,000 |  | 


LOT 248

Breguet No. 1238, sold to Mr. Castaneda on Prairial 6, 12 th year of the Revolution (1804), for 1500 Fr. Fine 18 ct. gold and enamel pearl-set "médaillon" montre à tact.

Sold for 34,500.00 ITL

Estimations :

ITL 35,000 - 40,000 |  |