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WALL CLOCK

An exceptional, fully restored Neuchâtel clock in the so-called Louis XIV style, signed Pierre Jaquet-Droz à La Chaux-de-Fonds, N° 85. The clock dates from the beginning of the watchmaker's career, around 1740.Its case is attributed to Pierre Jaquet-Droz's father-in-law, Abraham-Louis Sandoz, a cabinet maker by trade. It bears a two figure number, engraved on the back plate, and still has its original dial and hands.

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...
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"An exceptional, fully restored Neuchâtel clock in the so-called Louis XIV style, signed Pierre...
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"Extremely rare and very fine gilt brass and enamel, hanging cage with 2 singing birds,...
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