The golden age of classic carriage clocks was between and Despite knowing some very beautiful pieces from Switzerland, England and Austria, the great bulk was produced near Belfort in France and then mainly exported to England. The forerunners of carriage clocks were the Capucines. Although all carriage clocks look very similar surrounded by a glazed brass housing, polished or gilded, with a fold-down handle there are, however, very great differences in quality, size, housing and such complexities as striking trains, calendar indicators, etc. French carriage clocks practically always have an 8-day spring movement and a cylinder or anchor escapement. The anchor escapement is preferable for reasons of reliability and ease of repair.
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A carriage clock is a small, spring-driven clock , designed for travelling, developed in the early 19th century in France , where they were also known as “Officers’ Clocks”. The case, usually plain or gilt-brass, is rectangular with a carrying handle and often set with glass or more rarely enamel or porcelain panels. A feature of carriage clocks is the platform escapement , sometimes visible through a glazed aperture on the top of the case.
A late 19th century humpback travelling clock with moonphase by Jump, circa , A miniature carriage clock by Le Roy & Fils, Paris, date circa , A.
An early 20th century French carriage clock by Duverdrey et Bloquel of Bayard, circa ,swan neck handle above three quarter glazed panels and b A 19th Century French Brass Carriage Clock, having filigree panels, ivorine face with Arabic numeric dial surrounded by a fretwork of floral tendr Two Black Forest style cuckoo clocks, a ‘s mantel clock; a Smith’s carriage clock; a marquetry box with hinged cover.
A brass cased timepiece carriage clock, 20th century, Currently in working Un-named brass cased carriage clock having top swing handle and white enamel dial with black Roman Numerals and black hands complete with leather A Brass Cased Carriage Clock with Enamel Dial inscribed Mann with lever escapement, 12cm tall together with another similar brass cased carriage c A Brass Cased Miniature Carriage Clock the silvered and enamel dial with roman numerals and lever escapement and carrying handle 6cm tall.
A Miniature Brass Cased Carriage Clock the silvered dial with roman numerals and with painted porcelain side panels and lever escapement with carr A Miniature Brass Cased Carriage Clock of Rococo form the enamel dial with roman numerals, with lever escapement and carrying handle 7cm tall.
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Antique French Carriage Clock working and keeps enamel dial L’EPEE VINTAGE FRENCH MOON PHASE DAY DATE ALARM.
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Firstly thanks to Garry and his Mum. This is the second clock Ive fixed for them and I am sort of thanking them in advance for their permission to publish some stuff on the repairs ehem! I dont get as many carriage clocks in as I would like — they are always amazing to work on but they are also reliable and looked after by thier owners so dont really require much maintenance.
A Fine and rare 19th century French brass with bronze mounts striking and repeating, 8 day-going alarm carriage clock dated , with an acanthus leaf.
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Fine gilt bronze French carriage clock, signed Le Paute à Paris, dated 1809.
Movement Brass pillar plated movement with Swiss anchor escapement and adjustable balance. The movement with hour striking and one strike on the half-hour, alarm and repetition. The movement, striking work and alarm are all driven by a barrel, the barrel of the going train with fusee.
Shop for-and learn about-Antique Carriage Clocks. It’s somehow fitting 9 bids. 16h left. MINIATURE FRENCH CARRIAGE ALARM CLOCK WITH TRAVEL CASE. Antique Dual Dial Carriage Style Shelf Clock Time/ Day/date As Is. $
Antique carriage clocks are valuable treasures from yesterday. There are numerous shops that sell antique carriage clocks, from antique shops, online stores, auctions, and even flea markets. Carriage clocks are still produced today by clockmakers. These modern-day carriage clocks still have the beauty and elegance that antique carriage clocks possess. How then, can we differentiate antique carriage clocks from modern-day carriage clocks?
Here are the characteristics of antique carriage clocks that differentiates it from modern-day carriage clocks. This magnificent example of antique carriage clocks features hand-painted porcelain panels. Antique carriage clocks may be plain, engraved, or have decorated panels. Their cases are constructed with a brass frame and this can help in dating the clock.
If the brass frame is a solid, one piece cast frame, then you can be certain that it is pre since after the s, the brass fames were constructed out of several pieces. Antique carriage clocks are also encased in leather or leather covered wood to protect the clock but unfortunately, it is rare to find the clocks with the leather still intact because time and frequent use decayed most of them. Antique carriage clocks, unlike the modern version that utilized batteries or quartz, are powered by a spring mechanism that could only tell the time for eight days.
The spring mechanism needs to be rewound every eight days for it to accurately tell the time.
The development of the French carriage clock.
View auction details, art exhibitions and online catalogues; bid, buy and collect contemporary, impressionist or modern art, old masters, jewellery, wine, watches, prints, rugs and books at sotheby’s auction house. A clock is an instrument used to measure time. The concept of such a device which measures the time intervals is not new and clock is perhaps one of the oldest inventions of man.
However the type of time measuring clocks used by the ancient
A carriage clock is a small, spring-driven clock, designed for travelling, developed in the early 19th century in France, where they were also known as “Officers’.
The movement with the stamp of Droucourt Paris No Circa with original lever escapement. Height 10cm handle up. The repeating lever movement striking on a gong, with alarm and calendar mechanism. The circular white enamel dial, signed Grohe. With two subsidiary enamel dials and the backplate signed. In engraved gorge case. The engraved back door with shuttered winding holes on a gilt brass [ Fully jewelled lever escapement. In gilded gorge case with box and papers Gez.
Striking the hours and quarters on two gongs. Signed Henri Jacot. No In gilded gorge case.
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A French brass carriage clock of unusual large proportions dating to the early 20th Century. It has a gilt brass case with a shaped top handle and a rectangular.
Text last updated 24th August A French full sized brass cased carriage clock. An enamel dial with blued steel hands. An 8-day duration timepiece mechanism. Numbered 81 to inner back door. The original escapement.
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Carriage clocks in Shipston-on-Stour. French carriage timepieces have always been very popular since their first conception in the early part of the 19th century. Made in France for export to England they were truly the first portable or carry-able clock that could move from room to room without risk of upsetting the mechanism.
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View auction details, art exhibitions and online catalogues; bid, buy and collect contemporary, impressionist or modern art, old masters, jewellery, wine, watches, prints, rugs and books at sotheby’s auction house. Lovely clock. Clocks — Decor : A fine small antique English silver mounted tortoiseshell carraige clock. Silver feet, hinges, handle, dial surround and applied silver rococco mounts to the 8 corners. Marked for London with makers mark wwwp.
A lot of carriage clocks mechanics have more to do with wristwatch design than mantle clock. Having said this, rather like a wrist watch, once the.
A fine quality carriage clock by noted maker Bourdin, clockmaker to the King of France. The original case gilding to the elegantly proportioned case. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the An enamel dial with blued steel hands. An 8-day duration timepiece mechanism. Numbered 36 to the