L’EPEE. Music and tourbillon carriage clock, 1839-1989


L’EPEE, 1839-1989

Repeating carriage clock with gilt brass cage. Main white enamel dial with Roman numerals and moon phase dial.
Three subsidiary dials with day, alarm and date.
Two side panels with Limoges enamel after Gustave Courbet and signed P. Bonnet. Eight Day going tourbillon escapement movement. Hour and half-hour striking. Repeating on demand. Alarm striking and music striking. Glazed cage to view the movement. Numbered : 100/150.

Height : 16cm. – Width : 10cm. – Depth : 8.5cm (without the handle).

Fitted leather travel case and key.

Established on August, 1st, 1839 in Saint Suzanne near Besançon, France, Auguste l’Epée founded his workshops for carriage clocks and music boxes. All his production was hand manufactured.

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  • Item(s) quantity:  1
  • Expertissim Reference: 2014051161
  • Note  : Please note that timekeeping accuracy has not been verified and Expertissim can not be held liable for any repair costs.