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Patek, Philippe, Genève. The white gold "Calibre 89", the most complicated watch in the world with a total of 33 complications

Patek, Philippe, Genève. The white gold "Calibre 89", the most complicated watch in the world with a total of 33 complications. A spectacular and unique, keyless three-barrel, double dial, astronomical and astrological 18K white gold watch with sidereal time, second time-zone, time of sun-rise and sun-set, equation of time, perpetual calendar, century leap year correction, century, decade and year indication, four year cycle indication, season, equinox, solstice and zodiac indication, star chart, phases and age of the moon, date of Easter indication, split-seconds chronograph, hour and minute recorders, Westminster chime on four gongs, “Grande and Petite sonnerie”, alarm, up/down indicators for the going and striking train, three way setting indicator, winding crown position indicator, thermometer and Tourbillon regulator. Accompanied by an Extract from the Archives and a fitted hardwood box. C. four-body, "bassine", polished. D. Front: cream with applied white gold Breguet numerals,retrograde date sector, hour and minute recording dials combined with the power reserve sectors for the going and striking trains, moon phase, year, month, day and four uear cycle apertures, second time-zone, thermometer, winding-crown position indicator, alarm indicator, outer 1/5th seconds scale with five minute/seconds red Arabic markers and subsidiary constant seconds. Blued steel and white gold hands. Back: Silvered with hours of sidereal time, date of Easter sector, sun-rise and sun-set dials, subsidiary sidereal seconds, equaeion of time sector, sun hand and aperture for the star chart. Blued steel and white gold hands. M. Cal. 89, three-barrels on four levels, maillechort, 600grams, "fausses côtes" decoration, 126 jewels, 1728 parts straight-line lever escapement, Gyromax balance, blued-steel Breguet balance spring, adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and five positions, tourbillion regulator.,Dial side main plate: mechanisms for the chime, alarm, 12-hour recorder and the power reserve indicators, the. Reverse main plate, mechanisms for mean time, the chronograph, the 30-minute recorder and the tourbillon regulator. Plate 2: mechanisms for sidereal time, the season, solstices, equinoxes and solstice, the times of sunrise and set, the equation of time, the date of easter and the star chart. Plate 3: the mechanisms for the secular perpetual calendar, the second time-zone, the phases and age of the moon and the thermometer. Dial, case and movement signed. Diam. 88.2mm, 41.07mm thick (with the crystals), total weight 1100 grams.

  • CHESuisse
  • 2004-04-24
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Attributed to Frères Rochat

Attributed to Frères Rochat The only publicly known matching pair of mirror-image gold, enamel, agate, pearl and diamond-set singing bird pistols, made for the Chinese Market CIRCA 1820 Rectangular gilt brass movements, chain fusées, circular bellows, double-barreled pistol-shaped cases, the grips with translucent scarlet enamel over engine-turned background, set with one pearl and diamond-set and one diamond-set rosette, split pearl-set lower edges, the upper edges decorated with black enamel and pearl-set laurel wreaths, the grips' reverses embellished with gold and black enamel pattern and pearl-set scroll and foliage motifs, both pistols centred by split-pearl framed gold plates chased with a lion on one side and a stag on the reverse, the top edges set with half pearls, gold matted and engraved hammers, the heads of the flint vises engraved with lion's heads, gold vise nuts terminated with diamonds, agate flints, gold pan covers with polished interiors, the outsides engraved with acanthus leaves, their springs terminating with diamonds, opening under the right pan covers for sound, the blue enamelled double barrels decorated with paillonné and laurel foliage simulating damascene works, three barrel-like ramrod pipes to the undersides, the ramrods containing the keys for the bird movements, the birds released by the percussion of the hammers when the triggers are depressed, the front covers opening and revealing painted varicoloured enamel bouquets of flowers over turquoise enamel, the birds set with realistically multicoloured feathers, lifting to the top of the barrels, turning, flapping their wings, opening the beaks and moving their tails, in time to a lifelike imitated bird song, when the song has finished the birds will automatically retreat inside the pistols and the covers will close, unsigned (2)

  • HKGHong Kong
  • 2011-05-30
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The Yellow Gold Calibre 89 Patek Philippe - Genève A spectacular and unique, keyless three-barrel, double dial, astronomical and astrological 18K yell

The Yellow Gold Calibre 89 Patek Philippe - Genève A spectacular and unique, keyless three-barrel, double dial, astronomical and astrological 18K yellow gold watch with sidereal time, second time zone, time of sunrise and sunset, equation of time, perpetual calendar, century leap year correction, century, decade and year indication, four year cycle indication, season, equinox, solstice and Zodiac indication, star chart, phases and age of the moon, date of Easter indication, split-seconds chronograph, hour and minute recorders, Westminster chime on four gongs, “Grande and Petite Sonnerie”, alarm, up/down indicators for the going and striking train, three way setting indicator, winding crown position indicator, thermometer and Tourbillon regulator. Accompanied by the Extract from the Archives and a fitted hardwood box. C. Four-body, "bassine", polished. D. Front: cream with applied yellow gold Breguet numerals, retrograde date sector, hour and minute recording dials combined with the power reserve sectors for the going and striking trains, moon phase, year, month, day and four-year cycle apertures, second time zone, thermometer, winding crown position indicator, alarm indicator, outer 1/5th seconds scale with five minute/seconds red Arabic markers and subsidiary constant seconds. Blued steel and yellow gold hands. Back: Silvered with hours of sidereal time, date of Easter sector, sun-rise and sun-set dials, subsidiary sidereal seconds, equation of time sector, sun hand and aperture for the star chart. Blued steel and yellow gold hands. M. Cal. 89, three barrels on four levels, maillechort, 600 grams, fausses cotes decoration, 126 jewels, 1728 parts, straight-line lever escapement, Gyromax balance, blued-steel Breguet balance spring, adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and five positions, tourbillion regulator. Dial side main plate: mechanisms for the chime, alarm, 12-hour recorder and the power reserve indicators for the chime and movement. Reverse main plate, mechanisms for mean time, the chronograph, the 30-minute recorder and the tourbillon regulator. Plate 2: Mechanisms for sidereal time, the season, solstices, equinoxes and solstice, the times of sunrise and sunset, the equation of time, the date of Easter and the star chart. Plate 3: The mechanisms for the secular perpetual calendar, the second time zone, the phases and age of the moon and the thermometer. Dial, case and movement signed. Diam. 88.2 mm, 41.07 mm thick (with the crystals), total weight 1100 grams.

  • CHESuisse
  • 2009-11-14
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Breguet & Fils, Paris, No. 2667 "Montre plate à deux mouvements, sur le principe des chronomètres". An extremely rare and exceptionally fine and elega

Breguet & Fils, Paris, No. 2667 "Montre plate à deux mouvements, sur le principe des chronomètres". An extremely rare and exceptionally fine and elegant 18K gold precision watch with two movements Signed Breguet et Fils, No. 2667, sold in August 1814 to Mr Garcias of London for the sum of 5,000 francs 26'''gilded brass movement with two complete mechanisms contained within the area of a single plate, both with going barrels, fully jewelled, straight line calibrated lever escapements with divided lift and straight pallets, banking against the escape wheels arbour, draw, bimetallic steel/platinum compensation balances, gold and platinum screws, with pare-chute suspension on both pivots, blued steel Breguet free-sprung balance springs, glazed cuvette, engine-turned silver dial, two small subsidiary dials for the mean time, to the left subsidiary dial with Arabic suspended numerals, outer minute track and yellow gold Breguet hands, with inside at noon a subsidiary dial for the seconds, with yellow gold equilibrated hand, symmetrically to the right another subsidiary dial with radial Roman numerals, outer minute track and blued steel Breguet hands, with equilibrated central second blued steel hand, the circular four body "forme quatre baguettes" case, chiselled band; ball-shaped pendant and round bow, signed on the dial and numbered 2667 on the case, case no. 1887 by Jean-Louis Joly 63.7 mm. diam.

  • CHESuisse
  • 2012-05-14
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The Uncovered Amphora Attributable to Piguet & Capt, the enamel by the workshop of J-L. Richter, Geneva, circa 1805, made for the Chinese market

The Uncovered Amphora Attributable to Piguet & Capt, the enamel by the workshop of J-L. Richter, Geneva, circa 1805, made for the Chinese market. Magnificent 18K gold and enamel, pearl-set musical form watch with automaton scene, designed as an amphora, the second of a unique pair. Accompanied by period fitted box. C. The painted enamel panel below the watch covers a musical automaton scene. The oval watch has a central visible stone-set oscillating balance. The panel shows a mother with her child who is holding grapes, in the manner of Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun (1755-1842). It is hinged so that when a catch is released it rises forwards. A small push on one side of the amphora sets the music and automaton going. A little boy to the left raises and lowers a stick, trying to encourage a dog to jump over it. To the right, also in varicolored gold, is a young lady playing a guitar. The painted background, through which the mechanism is wound, is of a classical urn upon a pedestal within a wooded landscape. Seven rows of graduated pearls run to the base which is decorated in polychrome champlevé enamel. The decoration is repeated on the reverse of the amphora, and the sides have foliate engraving, pearls and polychrome champlevé enamel, some of which is translucent. Graduated pearls decorate the back as well as the front of the handles. An oval painted enamel of a pair of nesting doves within a garland of flowers covers the watch movement. This opens onto the cuvette through which the mechanism is wound and set. The panel in the center below has a pastoral scene of a herdsman driving his cattle to drink beside a bridge, with a village and castle beyond. Later stopper. D. Oval, blue enamel plate with an aperture for viewing the four-arm polished steel diamond-set balance, beneath, the white enamel dial with Breguet numerals, above, subsidiary seconds dial. Blued-steel "spade" hands. M. 14.3 x 27 mm., oval, full plate brass, fixed barrel, cylinder escapement, steel escapement wheel, silver four-arm balance. Music and automaton driven by a five-wheel train, the last pinion with a small two-wing fly as a regulator. Pinned barrel with a stack of six tuned teeth. The automaton is activated by two cams mounted on the extension of an additional wheel driven by the musical train. Dim. 102 x 58 mm.

  • CHESuisse
  • 2002-04-13
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“King Fouad” Vacheron & Constantin, Genève, No. 402833, case No. 251058. Started in 1914, presented to King Fouad I of Egypt, by the Swiss expatriate

“King Fouad” Vacheron & Constantin, Genève, No. 402833, case No. 251058. Started in 1914, presented to King Fouad I of Egypt, by the Swiss expatriate community in 1929. Exceptionally fine, highly important and unique, large 18K yellow gold and enamel, keyless, astronomical carillon trip minute-repeating, grande and petite sonnerie with silence, two-train clockwatch with split-seconds chronograph, 30-minute register, perpetual calendar and phases and age of the moon. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. C. Four-body, massive, “bassine à filets”, polished, back with the arms of King Fouad the First in polychromeenamel, hinged gold cuvette inscribed “A Sa Majesté, Fouad 1er, Hommage de la Colonie Suisse d’Egypte, 1929”.D. Matte silver, black champlevé upright Arabic numerals, outer minute track with chronograph track dividedinto fifths with five-minute/seconds Arabic markers, aperture for the day and date at 12, concentric leap yearand month dial at 9, 30-minute recorder at 3, subsidiary seconds with moon phase aperture and lunar age sectorat 6. Blued steel Breguet hands. M. Cal. R.A. 21’’’ 74/12, maillechort, “fausses côtes” decoration, 46 jewels, twotrains, straight line lever escapement, cut bimetallic compensation balance with eight adjustments, improvedVacheron & Constantin micrometer regulator (Patents CH101652, registered 1 November 1923 and CH105967,registered 1 November 1924), tandem winding, split-seconds mechanism set on the back plate, striking on threegongs, repeating on three gongs by three hammers through trip in the band, grande/petite sonnerie andstrike/silent levers on the band, chronograph pusher co-axial to the winding crown, split seconds via a pusher inthe band.Dial, case and movement signed.Diam. 67 mm.

  • CHESuisse
  • 2005-04-03
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PATEK PHILIPPE'S FIRST SPLIT-SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH, NO 124824 A HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT YELLOW GOLD SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH

Patek Philippe, PATEK PHILIPPE'S FIRST SPLIT-SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH, NO 124824 A HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT YELLOW GOLD SPLIT SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH ENAMEL DIAL, THE SMALLEST AND EARLIEST KNOWN OF ITS KIND AND LIKELY A PROTOTYPEMVT 124824 CASE 235326 STARTED 1903 COMPLETED BY AND SOLD ON OCTOBER 13, 1923 MOVEMENT • 12''' rhodium plated, especially flat Extra quality movement, straight line lever escapement, 23 jewels, 8 adjustments, bi-metallic compensation balance, the split second chronograph work likely to be produced by Victorin Piguet, the chronograph function controlled via the button on the band for start, stop and reset to zero, the split second hand function controlled via the winding crown DIAL • white enamel dial with painted black enamel Breguet numerals, subsidiary dials for constant seconds and rare 60 minute register, the outer chapter ring calibrated for 1/5th seconds in black enamel CASE • circular four-piece hinged Officer's style 18k yellow gold case, hinged gold cuvette, screw down bars with slender lugs, with an early 18k buckle MARKS • the dial, cuvette, movement and case signed, the case further stamped with French import marks and further stamped with another mark with PD with hour glass emblem above and ampersand (&) below Diameter 33 mm

  • USAUSA
  • 2014-06-10
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Geneva, attributable to Frères Rochat, made for the Chinese market, circa 1820. Extremely rare and magnificent pair of gold and enamel pearl- and diam

Geneva, attributable to Frères Rochat, made for the Chinese market, circa 1820. Extremely rare and magnificent pair of gold and enamel pearl- and diamond-set singing bird pistols. C. Made entirely of gold and enamel in the form of a double-barreled flintlock pistol, conjoined hexagonal barrels in translucent dark blue enamel over flinqué with gold scrollwork simulating damascene work, the opening set with diamonds and terminating with hinged panel enameled on the outside with black enamel and inside painted with a bird among flowers, the gold pan sides with rectangular gold plaques with concave corners, one depicting a sleeping lion, the other an antelope with black enamel border in diamond-set frame, the bottom of the pan decorated with a pattern of alternating straps of gold and black enamel, the grips with translucent scarlet enamel over engine-turning with pearl-set rosette in the middle with rose-cut diamond in the center, lower edge set with half pearls, upper edge decorated with wreath of laurel leaves made of graduated half pearls and black enamel, the back of the grip decorated with gold and black enamel fine crossing pattern with scrolling set with graduated half pearls. The top edge set with half pearls, gold matted and engraved hammers, the head of the flint vise engraved with lion’s heads, gold vise nuts terminated with diamonds, agate flints, gold pan covers mirror polished inside and engraved with acanthus leaves on the outside with their springs terminating with diamonds, opening under the right pan cover for sound, three barrel-like ramrod pipes, the ramrod containing the key for the watch. M. Rectangular, two tier, each slightly different, 115 x 29 mm, brass, reversed fusee and chain, six cams set on the extension of the second wheel arbor controlling the sound (whistle), the bird’s movements (turning, flapping wings, opening the beak and moving tail) controlled by two cams set on the same arbor between the plates, unusual mechanism for lifting and retrieving the bird, where both functions have their own mechanisms, each with its own spring, circular bellows. Punched with unidentified mark on chain ring of one of the pistols. Dim. Length 145 mm., width 38 mm.

  • CHESuisse
  • 2002-10-19
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The Royal Presentation Mirror-Image Pair Geneva, Swiss, No. 2007 & 2008, the enamels depicting “Affection & Innocence” attributed to Jean-Abraham Liss

The Royal Presentation Mirror-Image Pair Geneva, Swiss, No. 2007 & 2008, the enamels depicting “Affection & Innocence” attributed to Jean-Abraham Lissignol (1749-1819) after an engraving by Francesco Bartolozzi, the cases No. 9703 & No. 9704 by Freres Oltramare (c. 1810/11 and 1826). Made circa 1815 for presentation in the name of King George III to the Chinese Emperor Jiaqing in 1816. An extraordinarily fine, magnificent and historically important, large, mirror-image pair of gold, painted on enamel and pearl-set, quarter-repeating pocket watches with special three-tone blued-steel decorated mirror-polished steel and gilt movements. Accompanied by the original morocco fitted presentation case, the lining embossed with the arms of King George III and a gold and painted on enamel key. C. Four-body, of unusual form, by Freres Oltramare, master mark “FO”, the full width of the band entirely set with large splitpearls giving a bowed effect, the bezel, pendant and bow entirely set with split pearls, the back cover with an extremely finely painted on enamel scene of “Affection & Innocence”, in mirror image to the second watch, large split pearl-set border. Hinged gold-rimmed glazed cuvette to view the movement. D.White enamel with bold radial Roman numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds. Blued steel lozenge hands. M. 52 mm., 23’’’, unusual three-tone, gilt brass, mirror-polished steel and blued steel, Lepine-type calibre, brass plate and going barrel finely engraved with scrolling foliage, mirror-polished steel bridges and cocks, to the surfaces of which have applied finely pierced and chased blued steel foliate decoration, brass pivot bushes, jeweled cylinder escapement with steel escape wheel, three-arm balance with polished steel rim, flat balance spring, index regulator, repeating with two hammers on two square-section polished steel gongs activated by depressing the pendant. Diam. 62 mm.

  • CHESuisse
  • 2008-11-16
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Breguet, Paris, No. 4111 "Montre plate à équation et à répétition, sur le principe des chronomètres, répétant l'heure, la demie, les quarts et les dem

Breguet, Paris, No. 4111 "Montre plate à équation et à répétition, sur le principe des chronomètres, répétant l'heure, la demie, les quarts et les demi-quarts". An exceptional 18K gold and silver equation of time watch with annual calendar, manual perpetual calendar, mean and true solar time, and half-quarter repeating, constructed on the principals of the garde-temps, in a Morocco fitted box No. 4111 Signed Breguet, Paris, No. 4111, sold on 10 January 1827 to Mr. Peyronnet for the sum of 7,500 Francs 25''' gilded brass movement, with going barrel, more than 21 jewels, straight line calibrated lever escapement with divided lift and straight pallets, banking against the escape wheel arbour, draw, cut bimetallic steel/platinum compensation balance with rims cut in the centre, sunk at the centre for the double roller, gold and platinum screws, with pare-chute suspension on both pivots, blued steel Breguet balance spring, the annual calendar driven from the gold days of the week wheel, making one revolution in five weeks, equation cam set at the centre of the annual wheel, ingenious system of transmitting power from the mean time motion work to the solar time motion work via special double wheel/double rack and pinion mechanism; repeating on a single blued steel gong with one hammer activated by a slide in the band, engine-turned silver dial by Pierre-Benjamin Tavernier, to the left true solar time subsidiary dial with Arabic radial numerals, outer minute track and yellow gold Breguet hands, symmetrically to the right mean time subsidiary dial with radial Roman numerals, outer minute track and yellow gold Breguet hands, subsidiary dial for the seconds at noon with blued steel equilibrated hand, fast/slow setting aperture above 6 o'clock surmounted on the left with days of the week aperture and on the right with leap year indication aperture, outermost annual date track with indication of the month of the year and their length and date of the months giving by a long "serpentine" yellow gold hand making one revolution in one year, circular engine-turned à grains d'orge three body "forme quatre baguettes" yellow gold case, silver engine-turned band; ball-shaped pendant and round bow, case no. 4072 by Tavernier's workshop (later Master mark "M A B"), dial signed 61.2 mm. diam.

  • CHESuisse
  • 2012-05-14
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Patek, Philippe & Cie., Genève, No. 80897, case No. 204270, made espe-cially in 1890 for Jean de Gradowski

Patek, Philippe & Cie., Genève, No. 80897, case No. 204270, made espe-cially in 1890 for Jean de Gradowski.Extremely rare, probably unique, 18K gold Grande Complication keyless astronomical double train Grande et Petite Sonnerie clockwatch with instantaneous perpetual calendar, phases of the moon, Julian and Gregorian calendars, minute repeating and chronograph with central 60-minute recorder, in Patek Philippe leather fitted box, accompanied by the Extract from the Archives. C. Four-body, solid, "bassine et filets", engine-turned back cover with the engraved coat-of-arms of Gradowski, reeded band, gold hinged cuvette, bolt at 4:30 hours for Grande or Petite Sonnerie, another at 9 for striking/silent, small pin at 3 for adjusting the Julian calendar every 131 years, at 10:30 a bolt for blocking the chronograph and at 2:30 a small tripping slide for repeater activation. D. White enamel, radial Roman numerals, outer minute divisions, outermost chronograph scale with fie-seconds/minute Arabic figures, four subsidiary sunk dials for days of the week, months of the four year leap cycle concentric with phases and age of the moon, Gregorian and Julian date and subsidiary seconds. Gold "spade" hands. M. 19''', nickel, "fausses-côtes" decoration, two-train, 38 jewels, straight line calibrated lever escapement, cut bimetallic compensation balance, Breguet balance spring, tandem winding, striking and repeating on gongsSigned on dial, case and movement.Diam. 54 mm.

  • CHESuisse
  • 2002-06-08
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AN EARLY GOLD ENAMEL PEARL AND GEM-SET SINGING BIRD AUTOMATON SCENT FLASK WITH WATCH MADE FOR THE CHINESE MARKET THE BIRD SONG PLAYING VIA

JAQUET-DROZ LESCHOT AND FRISARD GENEVA 1786-1787 SOLD TO JAMES COX LONDON 1787, AN EARLY GOLD ENAMEL PEARL AND GEM-SET SINGING BIRD AUTOMATON SCENT FLASK WITH WATCH MADE FOR THE CHINESE MARKET THE BIRD SONG PLAYING VIA A SERINETTE The Case • the case of flattened pear form, one side with white enamel dial below an oscillating diamond-set balance, the other with a recessed richly painted singing bird perched on a leafy branch against a background of translucent pink enamel, bezels and borders of alternating rubies and half pearls, all surrounded by Renaissance-style gold paillon arabesques with birds and grotesques and urns of fruit over a translucent blue ground, the sides chased with similar ornament, partly enameled and set with rubies, emeralds, diamonds and sapphires, the top scent compartment with stopper combined with a watch key, enameled on both sides en suite, the stopper base stamped PG below a crown, the base with hinged mirror-lined compartment The Bird and Serinette • the bird [12 mm high] produces its song via a six pipe organ composed of two groups of three pipes following the curves of the case, the song is conveyed via metal tubes with compressed air from the bellows to the pipes and distributed by a pinned cylinder operating six valves; when activated, by a small gold button, the bird realistically sings, opens and closes his beak, swivels his body whilst his tail moves up and down The Watch • gilt brass verge movement with fusee, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, gold hands, the timepiece and balance mounted on a shaped foliate scroll engraved cartouche plate, winding arbor below the dial at 5 o'clock, the dial and balance visible through glazed apertures on the hinged covering panel Length overall 16 cm (6.2 in), height of singing bird 12mm.

  • USAUSA
  • 2015-06-11
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Breguet, No. 2807, sold to General Yermoloff on August 26, 1817 for 4,000 Francs

Breguet, No. 2807, sold to General Yermoloff on August 26, 1817 for 4,000 Francs. Extremely rare and exceptionally fine and elegant 18K gold and enamel astronomical equation of time watch with annual calendar, manual perpetual calendar, phases of the moon and mean and true solar time, in a Morocco fitted box. Accompanied by Breguet Certificate of 1857. C. Four-body, "forme quatre baguettes", back centered with engraved with coat-of-arms under pale gray translucent enamel, engine-turned around and on the band and bezel, gold hinged cuvette with winding, regulating and leap-year apertures. D. Silver, by Tavernier, engine-turned, to the left true solar time sub-dial with Breguet numerals, outer minute track and gold Breguet hands, symmetrically to the right mean time sub-dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and blued steel Breguet hands, phases of the moon aperture above 6 o’clock surmounted with days of the week aperture with its setting aperture to the left, outermost annual date track. M. 53 mm. (23’’’), gilt brass, going barrel, 21 jewels, straight line calibrated lever escapement with divided lift and straight pallets, banking against the escape wheel arbor, draw, cut bimetallic steel/platinum compensation balance with rims cut in the center, sunk at the center for the double roller, gold and platinum screws, blued steel Breguet balance spring, the annual calendar driven from the gold days of the week wheel, making one revolution in five weeks, equation cam set at the center of the annual wheel, ingenious system of transmitting power from the mean time motion work to the solar time motion work via special double wheel/double rack and pinion mechanism. Signed on the dial and cuvette. Diam. 60 mm.

  • CHESuisse
  • 2002-10-19
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An Exceptionally Fine and Highly Important 18k Pink Gold Openface Minute Repeating Perpetual Calendar Split-Seconds Chronograph Clockwatch with Grande

An Exceptionally Fine and Highly Important 18k Pink Gold Openface Minute Repeating Perpetual Calendar Split-Seconds Chronograph Clockwatch with Grande and Petite Sonnerie, Moon Phases, and Accompanied by Original Certificate, Invoice Dated 1900, and Presentation Box Signed Patek Philippe & Cie, Genève, Movement No. 97'912, Case No. 222'569, Manufactured in 1898, Sold to Stephen S. Palmer October 3, 1900 Cal. 19''', nickel-finished two-train jewelled lever movement wound by turning the crown to either side, bi-metallic compensation balance, minute repeating and grande/petite sonnerie striking on two polished steel hammers onto two gongs, activated by a slide in the band at 5 o'clock, pink gold cuvette, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, blued steel hands, four subsidiary dials for constant seconds combined with date, day, month and 30 minute register combined with phases and ages of the moon, heavy pink gold polished case, monogram SSP to the back, chronograph button in the crown, split-second mechanism operated by a button in the band at 11 o'clock along with the slide to lock the chronograph, slides for Strike/Silent function between 8 and 9 o'clock and Grande/Petite Sonnerie between 3 and 4 o'clock, case, cuvette, dial, and movement signed 59mm diam.

  • USAUSA
  • 2013-06-11
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As a mysterious clock, “L’Esprit des Cabinotiers” sums up all that the Manufacture has offered over a quar-ter of a millennium, and indeed continues t

As a mysterious clock, “L’Esprit des Cabinotiers” sums up all that the Manufacture has offered over a quar-ter of a millennium, and indeed continues to offer at the most demanding and most accomplished level of haute horlogerie and artistic craftsmanship. Its name, referring to the Geneva watchmaker-craftsmen who used to work under the rooftops, eloquently embodies an approach focused on the tireless quest for tech-nical and aesthetic perfection, inextricably entwined with the brand’s geographical and historical origins. This exceptionally majestic object asserts its powerful presence in harmony with the traditions of 18th century timepieces made in extremely limited editions, table clocks driven by highly sophisticated mechanisms and clothed in an aura of supreme refinement. Spring Mechanism This masterpiece consists of a golden sphere engraved by hand according to the sky chart drawn by Robert deVaugondy (1723-1786), geographer to Louis XV and creator of two large globes, one celestial and the other ter-restrial.The sphere is composed of eight petals symbolizing the lotus flower, which may be progressively openedby means of an extremely sophisticated spring mechanism. The keys to the mystery and its revelation are knownexclusively to the owner of the object. The flower delicately reveals its heart, a timepiece endowed with a widerange of functions and complications. This complex mechanism captures the essence and thedensity of time. Celestial Sphere Mechanism When set into motion, the pink gold sphere opens up like a lotus flower, a symbol of harmony, and unfolds itseight petals, while a central telescopic cylinder raises the timepiece nestling at its heart. With its sixteen smallconnecting rods, tiny sapphire balls and articulations, this original mechanism is entirely in keeping with thenoblest watchmaking traditions, as well as with the equally time-honored art of automata. It is therefore hardlysurprising that it was crafted by a master of this extremely rare speciality.The overall effect is dynamic, ethereal, mysterious and poetic, while the cabinet of the timepiece rests firmly onthree solid gold feet. The transparency of the glare-proofed sapphire crystal provides ideal visual access, fromthe front as well as from the back, to the watchmakers’ work magnified by the masters of decoration. The goldand steel structure discreetly houses the function correctors, while two tiny holes drilled through the sapphireshell on the back of the clock serve to wind the mechanism by means of a key concealed within the base.Attention is thus naturally focused on the hand-guilloché gold dial embellished with the same motif as the other250th anniversary creations, but featuring an extremely large diameter. The center is graced with gold hour andminute hands as well as a slender deadbeat seconds hand. Compared with the classic sweep seconds hand, thedeadbeat seconds hand jumps once per second.A small central subdial displays a second time-zone, topped by four horizontal apertures showing the perpetualcalendar indications – day of the week, date, month and leap years. In terms of such sovereign complications,“L’Esprit des Cabinotiers” offers automatic hour and quarter striking and the repeating function on request. The8-day power reserve appears in a counter at noon.The lower part of the dial is occupied at 8 by the equation of time, meaning the running indication of the dif-ferencebetween mean time and true time, which fluctuates throughout the year. The moon phase, with its hand-engraved18 carat gold disc, is positioned at 6 against a starlit sky in lapis lazuli. The hand of the thermometerlocated at 4 is in blued steel, as indeed are those on the other counters.

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  • 2005-04-03
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Piguet & Meylan, Genève, the enamel attributable to Jean Abraham Lissignol, Geneva, the case attributable to Jean-Georges Rémond, Geneva, made for the

Piguet & Meylan, Genève, the enamel attributable to Jean Abraham Lissignol, Geneva, the case attributable to Jean-Georges Rémond, Geneva, made for the Chinese Market, circa 1820.Le CœurA highly important gold, enamel, pearl and turquoise-set, heart-shaped, quarter repeating musical automaton, centre-seconds, watch, in original silver fitted protecting case. C. Two-body, massive hinged at the top, the covers entirely pavé with double rows of decreasing split-pearls alternating with blue champlevé enamelled lines; the back centred with an exceptionally fine enamelled allegorical representation of Venus and Cupid, painted by Lissignol. Pearl-set bezel and intertwined turquoise set arrows. The front face decorated en suite and centred with the dial. The back panel opening and decorated inside on the edge with eau-de-nile enamel, the plate surroundinghe movement engraved with ribbon flowers enamelled in green and red flinqué colours against a pale blue champlevé ground. The enamel panel of the automaton scene finely painted with a lake-side landscape, applied with a varicoloured gold scene depicting a maiden playing a lute and a young man playing a harmonica, a windmill turning in the background. D. White enamel, with Roman numerals, outer minute and seconds ring. Blued-steel "scotties" hands with counter-poised centre-seconds. M. Gilt brasswith free standing barrel, cylinder escapement with plain three-arm balance and blued-steel flat balance spring. Pinned disc musical musical train with 20 individual tuned teeth, playing at the hour or at will, the Music/Silent lever in the edge. Repeating on two gong by depressing the pendant.Dim. 95 x 65 mm.

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  • 1999-11-13
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Breguet, No. 1188, sold to Don Anto-nio of Spain on August 1, 1808 for 3600 Francs

Breguet, No. 1188, sold to Don Anto-nio of Spain on August 1, 1808 for 3600 Francs. Exceptionally fine and extremely rare 18K gold Garde Temps four minute free-sprung tourbillon regulator with 36-hour power reserve indicator, subsidiary seconds and stop seconds, escapement naturel with fast train, and Turkish dial, in its Morocco fitted box, accompanied by 1927 Certificate. C. Four-body, massive, concealed hinges, back cover with sunburst engine-turned center on Barley corn engine-turned back-ground, engine-turned bezels, gold hinged cuvette. D. White, enamel, Islamic hour chapter ring in the center, outer minute track with 15-minute Islamic markers, up-and-down sector at 6 o’clock, subsidiary seconds at 10 o’clock, stop-seconds at 2 o’clock. M. 53.5 mm. (24’’’), gilt half-plate, reversed fusee and chain with maintaining-power, 24 ruby and sapphire jewels, four minute tourbillon regulator with escapement naturel, steel escape wheels, the 12-tooth driving one with oil retention slots, double 3-tooth driven wheel (one for locking, the other for impulse), very special detent with triangular locking jewel on spring-loaded lever, 3-arm cut compensation balance of steel/copper-silver alloy, gold temperature screws, platinum meantime screws, blued steel Breguet balance spring mounted in adjustable stud, fast beat train beating 21,600 beats per hour, both second hand wheels are driven from the carriage wheel, one of them is friction set and consequently can be stopped by pressing the pull-and-twist piston in the pendant. Signed on dial, case and movement, dial also with secret signature. Diam. 66 mm.

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  • 2002-10-19
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Montres & Horlogerie

Les montres pour hommes et femmes, les montres de poche, les horloges de grand-père mais aussi les horloges murales et de tables peuvent être trouvés dans cette catégorie. Vous y trouverez des montres vintage ainsi que des montres design à la mode pour tous les gouts.

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