Important Modern & Vintage Timepieces...

Geneva, Nov 10, 2019

LOT 414

REVIVAL PAINTED ON ENAMEL PANELS IN THE RENAISSANCE STYLE.

Carriage Clock with Limoges Enamel Panels French, No. 2397, retailed by Miller & Sons, Piccadilly (London). Made circa 1895. Extremely fine and very rare, gilt-brass, 8-day going, hour and half-hour striking and repeating carriage clock with Limoges School Revival painted on enamel panels in the Renaissance style. The case in gilt-brass, anglaise riche, with Corinthian columns and dentilled cornice, beveled glass aperture in the top for viewing the escapement, hinged handle, each side set with a very finely polychrome painted on enamel and gold paillon Limoges School Revival panel depicting a gentleman and a woman in Renaissance costume, detachable back door with shuttered winding holes, button for the repeating on the top. Dial very finely polychrome painted on enamel and gold paillon Limoges School Revival panel depicting a guard in front of a castle in Renaissance costume.

Brand Miller & Son, London

Year circa 1895

Dimensions 200 X 110 x 90 cm

Accessories Box, Key

CHF 8,000 - 14,000

HKD 64,000 - 112,000 / USD 8,000 - 14,000

Sold: CHF 9,375


Grading System
Grade: AAA

Excellent

Case: 3-25

Good

Chipped

Movement: 3*

Good

Overhaul recommended, at buyer's expense

Dial: 3-01

Good

HANDS Original