Carriage Clocks

Henri Jacot , Paris 1885

A fine Carriage clock by perhaps the finest of all the carriage clock makers Henri Jacot , working in Paris from 1855 to 1900 . This is a very unusual carriage clock in that not only does it have Push repeat for the hour strike and an alarm facility , it also has the rare addition of a Strike Silent lever hidden beneath the base -which we have not seen before on this type of clock . The clock is number stamped - 3664 and also stamped with the Henri Jacot Logo - H.and J with the Parrot (Jacot) motif on the back plate . The alarm function is fully operational and strikes with the smaller hammer on the coiled Gong . The oval bevelled top glass has been engraved with the Latin inscription Stella Maris Spes Mea and has a Shield with a Star and Anchor either side of three Crosses . A superb Carriage clock and would recommend viewing , Standing 13cms with the handle down .


£1895.00 G.B.Pounds


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