SINGING BIRD CAGE

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SINGING BIRD CAGE

"Extremely rare and very fine gilt brass and enamel, hanging cage with 2 singing birds, center-seconds clock striking hours and quarters, beneath, 12-stream fountain, playing 6 tunes on demand or changing automatically on the hour.
Singing bird movement: brass, 2 tiers, fusee and chain, large barrel for long duration, 2-arm fly governor with worm and wheel transmission driving pinned cylinder with 16 levers, 12 for same number of pipes, 4 for bellows and birds animations, birdsplaying in duets, singing changes automatically. Attributed to Jaquet-Droz, Geneva, circa 1780."

An exceptional, fully restored Neuchâtel clock in the so-called Louis XIV style, signed Pierre...
Splendid-gold enamel watch with hidden erotic automaton and sweep seconds. On both sides...
Montres Jaquet Droz developed the automaton Charlie over a whole year between 2012 and 2013 and...
Gold and self-winding watch, set with pearls. ""Consular"" type three-body case. Enamel painting...
Very fine and rare 18-carat gold and enamel, pearl-set, center-seconds pocket watch. Split...
Gold and self-winding watch, set with pearls. ""Consular"" type three-body case. Enamel painting...
The Singing bird snuff box signed "Jaquet Droz London". Oval-shaped and made of silver and gold...
Splendid-gold enamel watch with hidden erotic automaton and sweep seconds. On both sides...
"Splendid-gold enamel watch with hidden erotic automaton and sweep seconds. On both sides...
"Exceptional singing bird urn made of gold and enamel.
The animated scene happens in a wonder...
Made between 1772 and 1774, mainly by Henri-Louis Jaquet-Droz and Jean-Frédéric Leschot, The...
Reconnecting with the art of astonishment of the Enlightenment, Jaquet Droz presented a new...
"An exceptional, fully restored Neuchâtel clock in the so-called Louis XIV style, signed Pierre...
Montres Jaquet Droz imagined The Time Writing Machine in collaboration with the engineers and...
Made mainly by Pierre Jaquet-Droz in 1774, The Writer is the most complex of the three...