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Miniature Musical Cabinets. James Cox, London, 1770, made for the Chinese market circa

Miniature Musical Cabinets. James Cox, London, 1770, made for the Chinese market circa. Magnificent and extremely rare pair of miniature cabinets of gold-mounted striated agate, set with coral and fitted with a clockwatch with Chinese numerals and a carillon playing two tunes on 12 hammers and 6 bells. C. With curved sides and a dome for the clock, made of agate striated in white and painted red on the reverse, mounted in gold repoussé in floral, foliate and scrolling patterns, front and back with pair of hinged doors, front revealing the carillon movement, the back a reverse glass painting depicting on one a Chinese lady sitting at a table, on the other a Chinese lady with her dog in a mountain landscape, with a mirror as a background, four finials terminated with coral balls, en suite dome fitted with a clock having hinged gold back door, surmounted by a finial with small mirrors on three of its four sides and mounted in gilded repoussé, curved feet in gilded repoussé, lever at the left side for tune changing. D. White enamel with radial Chinese characters, outer minute dot divisions with five-minute Chinese markers, winding apertures for going and striking train. Diamond-set hands.M. Rectangular with canted top corners, 66 x 47 mm, brass, going barrels, verge escapement, small pendulum fixed to the verge, adjustable potence, striking every hour on a bell mounted inside back door, fly governor.Carillon movement. Following the shape of the case, brass, reversed fusee and chain, 6-wheel train (counting fusee), fly governor, pinned cylinder driven off the 2nd wheel lifting 12 brass hammers striking a nest of 6 concentrically mounted bells, activated by pulling a cord at the lower left side.Signed on the dials.Dim. Height 31 cm, width 11.5 cm

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  • 2003-10-11
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Breguet, No. 4168, sold to Monsieur Arago on March 18, 1826 for 1800 francs.Very fine and extremely rare 18K gold and silver large double-face single-

Breguet, No. 4168, sold to Monsieur Arago on March 18, 1826 for 1800 francs.Very fine and extremely rare 18K gold and silver large double-face single-hand watch with special inking chronograph and ten-minute register. Accompanied by a certificate dated May 6, 1925. One of only two examples ever made by Breguet. C. Three-body, "forme quatre baguettes", glazed on both sides, gold engine-turned bezels, silver engine-turned band, silver pendant, gold bow, gold bolt on the band at 6 o'clock for stop/go, regulating aperture under the bezel at 4 o'clock, gold pushbutton in the pendant for activation. D. White enamel, radial Roman numerals, outer 10-minute divisions, secured by a single screw below 12 o'clock. Single blued steel "Breguet" hand with sharp tip. Chronograph dial: white enamel, outer seconds tracwith ten-seconds Arabic markers, the scale repeated slightly inwards, minute register at 9 o'clock. Single spring-loaded hand with small container at the tip for ink.M. 55.5 mm. (25'''), frosted gilt, lateral counterpoised lever escapement, two-arm bimetallic compensation balance with rims of 100º, flat balance spring, brass escape wheel, entire escapement and the fourth wheel jeweled and with endstones, parechute on the top pivot, chronograph safety lever at 3 o'clock under the bezel.Signed on dial and case. Diam. 62 mm.

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  • 2003-04-12
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Breguet, No 164, "montre perpe-tuelle", sold on 24 Ventose An 4 (March 13, 1796) to Monsieur Legras, ami de Rougemont

Breguet, No 164, "montre perpe-tuelle", sold on 24 Ventose An 4 (March 13, 1796) to Monsieur Legras, ami de Rougemont.Very important and rare, 18K gold, astronomical quarter-repeating self-winding perpetuelle with 60-hour power reserve, date, phases and age of the moon, with short gold chain and Breguet key, accompanied by a Breguet certificate and original Desoutter morocco fitted box. C. Two-body, collar form, whole engine-turned in "à grains d'orge" pattern with polished circle on the back cover, locking steel lever at the pendant. D. Silver, radial Roman numerals, outer minute dot divisions, sunk subsidiary seconds, up-and-down indicator at X o'clock, symmetrically to the right aperture for the phases of the moon with a sector for its age on the edge, date aperture above VI o'clock. Mounted to gilt brass à bate levée ring. Blued steel Breguet hands. M. 47,20 mm (21'''), gilbrass three-quarter plate, two going barrels, tandem winding with wolf-tooth winding gears, five-wheel train, straight-line lever escapement, four-arm (two short, two long) steel and platinum jeweled and capped compensation balance with two screwed quarter-turn lamina segments terminated with a threaded pin at the free end for platinum temperature nuts, four platinum mean time screws, of which two pass through a hole at the free end of each segment securing it laterally, blued steel helical balnce spring with both terminal curves, lift on the pallets, no draw, no oil retention slots, single trapezoidal roller table with inserted trapezoidal jewel working between two upright steel pins mounted at the end of the fork, long fork with banking over the escape wheel arbor with U-shaped end, early-form pare-chute on both pivots. Ogival platinum weight swinging between two spring-loaded ruby rollers mounted to the case with a stop mechanism triggered when fully wound, Breguet-type repeating mchanism with all-or-nothing and fixed star wheel, repeating with a single hammer on a short gong fixed to the case by depressing the pendant, tone adjustment screw in the "à bate levée" ring.Signed "Breguet" with the serial number on the dial ring and on the dial.Diam. 55 mm.

  • CHESchweiz
  • 2001-11-11
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Gavelle le Jeune, Eleve de Robin, circa 1804. Very fine and impressive, unique moon phase astronomical, world time, hour and half hour striking skelet

Gavelle le Jeune, Eleve de Robin, circa 1804. Very fine and impressive, unique moon phase astronomical, world time, hour and half hour striking skeleton clock with centre seconds, triple calendar, sunrise and sunset indication. Supported by a musical stand. Accompanied by an original instruction leaflet published in 1812. C. White marble base applied with a gilt bronze frieze featuring astronomer putties. The movement is supported by two gilt columns and flanked by two pyramids, each topped by a globe and by an armilary sphere and decorated by painted representations of the four seasons, below gilt bronze flower garlands, and applied above with white enamel plaques inscribed with the tables of sunrise and sunset for the 12 Gregorian months with pointers designed as gilt flies. A gilt bronze astronomer Cupid is seated on books between the pyramids and the Chariot of the sun at the top, flanked by allegorical figures of the Dawn and the Night. D. White enamel chapter ring with Breguet numerals and outer minute and seconds ring. Gilt brass "serpent" hands. World-time revolving dial above, giving day and night hours, for 53 cities. Subsidiary dials below, for the dates, the months with the signs of the zodiac, the days of the week with indication of their planets. On the base of each pyramid, phases and age of the moon representation on the left, sunrise and sunset on the right, shown by means of the double mobile horizon. M. Fully skeletonised with going barrels both for the going and the striking trains, Trapezoidal brass frame, pin-wheel escapement, half-second beating, gridiron compensation pendulum with spring suspension. All calendar and astronomical indication are driven by the striking train. Musical mahogany base supported by two lying lions and two large gilt paws, Musical movement: 23 cm. pin-cylinder with fly regulator and a comb of 20 groups of 4 teeth, playing 6 tunes at wilt 1 - Duo de Morse 2 - Point de promesse du maeon, 3 - Valse du Barbier de Seville 4 - Isabelle 5 - Coeur des montagnards 6 - Valse de Robin des Bois Diam. 58 mm. Diam. 77 x 60 x 24 cm.

  • CHESchweiz
  • 1997-10-18
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PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5016 UNIQUE DOUBLE DIAL BLACK AND SILVER ROMAN NUMERALS PLATINUM Patek Philippe, Genève, No. 1905044, case No. 4106568, Ref. 5016P

PATEK PHILIPPE REF. 5016 UNIQUE DOUBLE DIAL BLACK AND SILVER ROMAN NUMERALS PLATINUM Patek Philippe, Genève, No. 1905044, case No. 4106568, Ref. 5016P. Sold on June 29th, 2000. Extremely fine, unique and important, astronomic, minute-repeating, platinum wristwatch with one-minute tourbillon regulator, retrograde perpetual calendar, moon phases, and a platinum Patek Philippe buckle. Accompanied by a Patek Philippe fitted box, Certificate of Origin, Extract from the Archves, COSC, extra silver dial, extra platinum caseback, setting pin, and a leather folder with booklets. C. Three-body, solid, polished, fluted lugs, transparent case back, sapphire crystals. D. Black with applied white gold Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, concentric retrograde white date graduation for the date, apertures for the days of the week, the months, the leap year and the moon phases. White gold dauphine hands. M. Cal. RTO 27 PS-QR, stamped with the Seal of Geneva quality mark, rhodium-plated, fausses cotes decoration, 28 jewels, lateral lever escapement with one-minute tourbillon regulator with polished steel cage and 3 equidistant arms, Gyromax balance adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and 5 positions, self-compensating free-sprung Breguet balance spring, repeating on gongs by activating a platinum slide on the band.

  • HKGHongkong (S.A.R. Kina)
  • 2015-02-07
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An exceptionally rare, monumental and unique yellow gold hunting cased

• cal. 20'''GC nickel lever two-train movement with the Geneva seal, 44 jewels, bi-metallic balance, swan-neck regulator, minute repeating via two polished steel hammers on two steel gongs • white enamel dial, Roman numerals, blued steel spade hands, 4 subsidiary dials for day, date with constant seconds, month and phases of the moon with 30-minute register • 18k yellow gold circular case, finely painted enamel front and back hinged covers with miniature portraits of a young lady and a young gentleman, transparent cuvette with yellow gold rim engraved Grande Complication Realisee Specialement Pour M. William Apikian 1984, push button at 2 in the band to activiate the split seconds mechanism, chronograph safty bolt between 2 and 3, petite and grande sonnerie switch button between 6 and 7, repeating mechanism activated by a small slide at 8, silent(0)/striking(S) switch between 11 and 12 • case, dial and movement signed, enamel signed by G. Menni The present watch is accompanied by an elaborate Patek Philippe 18k yellow gold and transluscent brown enamel watch stand with a fitted presentation box.  Further accompanied by Patek Philippe Certificate of Origin, certificate for the Geneva seal, detail instruction manual, photo image and a brown enamel matching setting pin. With a Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming production in 1984 and sale on 12th September the same year. During the 1980's Patek Philippe embarked on the mission to produce a very small series of "Grand Complication" pocket watches in the traditional way of how watches were produced in the company's early history, perpetuating their famed watchmaking skills. While all based on the same 20''' movement, every watch is a unique piece with superb finish and bearing the testimony to the continuation of the renowned reputation of Patek Philippe to provide the best highly complicated timepieces. Most of the grand complication clock watches were designed open-faced. The ref. 942/1 ultra complicated watch carrying movement numbered 866776 was published in the 1993 Patek Philippe catalogue, sequentially 4 numbers after the present lot.  According to our research, the present watch is the only hunting-cased example ever appeared at the public market. In addition to its impeccable functions, this watch was enriched and decorated by the top enamellist, G. Menni of her finest work.  The art of enameling is reserved for only the most skilled and patient artisans. Patek Philippe has been dedicated to maintain this almost lost technique by associating them with the finest Geneva timepieces.  These rare Patek Philippe timepieces are often made to special order with the subject matter chosen by the client including famous landscape and portrait paintings, celebrities or even family members of the owners.  Every now and then we can see enameling on time telling only open-faced watches attract competitions in auctions.  The flawless work of miniature enameling on both sides of the hunting case makes this grand complication watch exceedingly rare.

  • HKGHongkong (S.A.R. Kina)
  • 2014-10-08
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An 18k yellow gold split second chronograph wristwatch with breguet

• cal 13 -130 manual winding nickel lever movement, 25 jewels, precision regulator, regulator bridge stamped HOX, bi-metallic compensation balance • silvered matte dial, applied Breguet numerals, subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds and register for 30 minutes, outer ring calibrated for tachometer • snap back, square chronograph buttons • case, dial and movement signed • with an 18k yellow gold Patek Philippe buckle With an Extract from the Archives confirming the date of manufacture in 1946 and subsequent sale with raised gold hour markers on October 17th, 1947.This watch was delivered to Tiffany & Co., New York on November 29th, 1949 and sold to Henry Graves, Jr. for $870. Immensely mechanically complex, the split seconds chronograph is considered one of the three most challenging complications in the art of watchmaking. Reference 1436 holds a cherished position in the eyes of collectors as Patek Philippe's first split seconds chronograph wristwatch produced in series. The manufacture spanned from 1938 and 1971. Over this period, our research indicates that approximately 140 pieces were made, which equates to an extremely small production run of just four watches annually.   As one of the finest examples to ever appear on the market, the present example features applied gold Breguet numerals, often considered the most attractive dial variation. It is also thought to be the least-commonly made dial for this reference, with most examples featuring baton or a combination of baton and Arabic numerals. To date, just over a dozen Ref. 1436 models have surfaced featuring such a dial.  Examples of the reference can be found in Huber, M. & Banbery, A., Patek Philippe Wristwatches, Volume 2, Second Edition, pp. 272-274.

  • USAUSA
  • 2012-06-14
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An extraordinary and possibly unique lady's white gold, diamond, sapphire

• quartz movement • pavé-set diamond dial concealed under panther shape figure • 18k white gold and pavé-set diamond Cartier bangle in a shape of a lying panther, emerald-set eyes, nose embellished with onyx, body of panther fully adorned with diamonds with sapphires to imitate panther prints, push piece to the back for time setting, case back secured by 4 screws • case signed With a Cartier certificate and presentation box. The total diamond weights is approximately 40 carats. Languidly she lies atop the sparkling silvery band, head on her arm, glistening emerald eyes gazing into distances afar. Even in her resting state, the queen of the jungle is ever majestic and enigmatic, a perfect figure of silent confidence and effortless grace. It was over one hundred years ago that the Panther has leapt into the landscape of Cartier jewellery and shaken up our conception of beauty. Sensual and fluid, she ensnared the hearts of the most powerful and glamorous women of the 20th century, most notably the Duchess of Windsor, for whom King Edward abdicated his throne to marry; Nina Dyer, wife of Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan; and Daisy Fellowes, the most celebrated socialite and fashion icon of America in the 1900s. Even today, the Panther still remains the dazzling leader of the famed Cartier menagerie, a timeless symbol of wealth and prestige; an unbound force that every moment breaks and remakes the boundaries of contemporary jewellery design. The Duchess of Windsor’s 1952 bracelet, which fetched a jaw-breaking £4.5 million in Sotheby’s auction in 2010, epitomizes the Panther in action: a taut and masculine Panther. In complementation, this watch features a feminine interpretation of the queen of beasts. Be it through the lax yet elegant posture, the perfect flowing curves of the bangle with the dial concealed underneath, or the soft, shimmering iridescence of rare stones, the feline grace of the extraordinary beauty has never been more exquisitely displayed. The timepiece also contains a secret quirk: movable forearms that reflect the agility of the wildcat, made possible only by an advanced technological breakthrough at the time. Bold, elegant and demurely extravagant, this modern classic is fit for the calibre of royalty — a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that only the most discerned watch-collectors deserve.

  • HKGHongkong (S.A.R. Kina)
  • 2015-10-06
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A gold enamel and pearl double scent flask in the form of an urn with

• the body of flattened pear shape with double eagle top stoppers wearing pearl collars above translucent blue enamel plumage necks, the front set with an oval panel centered by a revolving polished steel balance wheel, the wheel now lacking, with seconds dial above hour, minute dial below, the reserves enameled in a feather motif and set with graduating split pearls, all above hinged cover enameled with a bouquet in a frame of chased gold paired cornucopiae and graduated pearls, when opened revealing a seven motion vari-color gold automaton comprising a shepherdess feeding a lamb, with moving arm and head, while a dog with moving head laps from the fountain, the water simulated via two twisting glass rods issuing from a turning wheel above, a sheep in the foreground lacking its head, the background with pastoral polychrome enamel painted scene, the reverse with a heart-form cartouche with richly polychrome enamel painted scene of a young boy and girl picking cherries, graduating pearl frame all below a nesting bird and above a pair of shells with  partly enameled flowers, the sides with enameled tubs of flowers, the interior panel engraved "Man Fed the Cattle London," further struck: 18 for 18 karat gold • the automaton movement with gilt kidney shaped plates, with five wheel train and fixed barrel The enamel of the children picking cherries would appear to be by the same hand as the children playing on a gold and enamel necessaire in the Patek Philippe Museum, illustrated in: Arnaud Tellier, The Mirror of Seduction, Exhibition Catalogue, Patek Philippe Museum, Geneva, 2012, pp. 70-71. Although not identical, the subject is reminiscent of John Russell’s portrait of a Girl Picking Cherries, completed in 1780. FOR THE SCENE REFER TO AMPHORA  For a note about  Piguet & Capt in this collection and other pieces by this maker see lots 105, 106, 112. The engraving on the interior panel is possibly the title of an English tune of the period and a reference to the automata scene. The present lot was offered in the 1954 auction of former King Farouk's property as lot 529. A second, nearly identical piece was offered in the same sale, lot 530. The latter lot incorporated a slightly different enamel scene depicting a "half length portrait of a girl holding a dove to her bosom." see Sotheby & Co., The Palace Collections of Egypt, Koubbeh Palace, Cairo, March 10th- 17th, 1954, lots 529 and 530. King Farouk, the last King of Egypt, known for his extravagance and lavish lifestyle, was overthrown on July 3, 1952. He was forced to abdicate, and fled Egypt three days later, living in exile first in Monaco and later Italy, until his death in 1965. Farouk left behind an extensive and important collection of works of art which the new Egyptian Government seized. Subsequently the government engaged Sotheby's to organise the sale of his collections. The 1954 "Palace Collections of Egypt," a landmark auction sale was, at the time, considered the auction of the century. Farouk's collection spanned a wide range of collecting categories, from Fabergé and Objects of Vertu to Watches, Automata, Jewelry, Silver, Stamps, Coins, Paperweights and Gallé Glass. The Auction brochure advertised the sale, noting that: "The master craftsmen of all countries and periods are represented in the fabulous collection of small works of art in precious materials." Of the automata it was written, "Switzerland is the home of a whole series of exquisite musical automata."

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  • 2015-06-11
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Venus Binding the Wings of CupidPiguet & Meylan, No. 6853, Geneva, enamel attributed to Adam, made for the Chinese market, circa 1820

Venus Binding the Wings of CupidPiguet & Meylan, No. 6853, Geneva, enamel attributed to Adam, made for the Chinese market, circa 1820.Exceptionally fine and rare 18K gold and painted on enamel, half pearl- and turquoise-set, musical center-seconds watch with two automaton musicians, playing every hour or on demand. C .Four-body, "bassine", the back with a very finely painted scene of "Venus Binding the Wings of Cupid" after Elisabeth-Louise Vigée le Brun (1755-1842), large bezels forming the band with pink and azure enamel set with garlands of graduated pearls and turquoises, pendant and bow in champlevé azure enamel. D. Eccentric, white enamel over gold, radial Roman numerals, outer minute ring within an enamel scene with a river flowing in the center and mountains in the background. Multicolored gold fiures of a boy playing the lyre and a girl playing the harp. The players' arms are pivoted and are driven by the musical movement, giving the illusion that the music comes from the small lyre and the harp. M. 36.3 mm. (16'''), cylinder escapement, gold balance, blued steel flat balance spring, both trains run from fixed barrels, the music disc with pins on both sides working on 21 tuned vibrating blades, the automaton is driven by the musical movement and is controlled by a cam mounted in the cener of the music disk, the seconds hand is mounted directly on the 4th wheel.Punched with the maker's trademark and serial number on the movement under the dial on the inside of the back cover.Diam. 45 mm.

  • CHESchweiz
  • 2003-04-12
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Breguet (No. 125/3243), Pendule branlante, with quantiemes a rebours, entered in the registers on 7 November 1791, sold to Mr. Veaujour in February 17

Breguet (No. 125/3243), Pendule branlante, with quantiemes a rebours, entered in the registers on 7 November 1791, sold to Mr. Veaujour in February 1792 against a watch of 240 Francs. Fine and extremely rare, one month going, second beating double face mystery swinging calendar clock with centre seconds. C. Mounted on a mahogany panel, at the bottom third of which is a mirror. It is suspended from a brass potence screwed into this panel. The clock is fitted in its own pendulum bob. D. Front white enamel with Arabic numerals and outer seconds and minute ring. Blued steel "arrow hands". White enamel on the back, by Dubuisson No. 3774 (signed on the the enamel backing) with calendar ring painted in mirror image on the rear face. M. Brass circular with four going barrels, pin wheel escapement controlled by a pivoted weight. Each swing of the clock causes the weight to fall from side to side and to release a tooth of the escape wheel at each movement.At the same time, the movement of the weight, by putting the clock out of poise, speeds the return swing to compensate for the natural dissipation and so maintain the action. The small internal pendulum therefore sets up the sympathetic vibration which the main pendulum absorbs. Once the main pendulum has reached its arc of full amplitude, it begins to exert its regulating influence over the small internal pendulum. These two independent vibrations are gradually brought into step and in the end, the larger pendulum, although relying on the smaller one for its power, dominates the smaller one as long as this power is supplied. The compensation bimetallic rod is formed of three sections of alternately reversed laminated steel and brass. They are permanently set to a slight curve to allow the contraction of the brass to straighten the rod and so maintain its length constant in cold temperature. When the temperature increases, the expansion of the brass increases the curvature to achieve the same end. A scale to indicate change in temperature by change in length of rod is attached to the lower section. The clock has to be stopped each month to wind the four barrels and set the time. Signed on the dial. Accompanied by Breguet certificate No. 2760. Dim. 48 x 140 cm.

  • CHESchweiz
  • 1997-10-18
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