A late 19th century French striking and repeating gilt brass carriage clock H. Jacot
Lot 417
A late 19th century French striking and repeating gilt brass carriage clock H. Jacot
£600 - 700
US$ 1,000 - 1,200
Auction Details
Lot Details
A late 19th century French striking and repeating gilt brass carriage clock
H. Jacot
Having a 2 1/2" white enamel dial with Roman hours; the twin barrel movement with platform escapement beneath glazed oval bevelled aperture, striking the half hours on a gong, backplate stamped H J between a bird-within a lozenge; within a gilt brass corniche case. With double ended winder. 18cm (7") high including handle

Footnotes

  • Henri Jacot was a fine French carriage clock maker at 31, Rue de Montmorency, Paris. The first Henri Jacot died in 1868 and was succeeded by his nephew also Henri. They won many medals at exhibitions in both Paris and London including the Gold medal in 1900. See 'Carriage Clocks' by Allix and Bonnert.
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  1. Christopher Jarrey
    Specialist - Clocks
    Bonhams
    Work
    New House
    Chester, CH3 5TD
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 1244 353 126
    FaxFax: +44 1244 340028
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