A 20th century chrome and copper wall skeleton clock, Kaser 82
Lot 305
A 20th century chromed and copper plated wall skeleton clock Kaser 82
Sold for £4,320 (US$ 7,261) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A 20th century chromed and copper plated wall skeleton clock
Kaser 82
The main copper plate frame wrought around chromed perpendicular sections, the weight-driven movement with anchor escapement with long pendulum and circular copper bob 158cm (5ft2in) long.

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  • This clock originally hung in the boardroom of J.W. Benson until they were taken over by Jaeger LeCoultre.
    Jean Kazes is a renowned sculptural clockmaker based in Switzerland. His work can be seen hanging in the lobby of the Patek Philippe head quarters in Geneva, Unilever in Rotterdam and notably the world's largest mechanical wall clock (illustrated) which hangs in Hotel Cornavin, Geneva.
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