Gilt-Bronze Carriage Clock with Calendar Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747–1823) Antoine-Louis Breguet (1776–1858) Paris, 1811 Dial engraved: “BREGUET ET FILS NO. 2678” Abraham-Louis Breguet designed and made this carriage clock about thirteen years after he invented the first carriage clocks. Such timekeepers were designed to provide all the time-related information the wealthy traveler might need during a long journey:
Erik Kollin (1836-1901) Faberge carriage clock with diamond encrusted border around clock face, diamond encrusted eagle mounts on enamel side panels, marked on bottom of clock with the Faberge mark "84" "EK" in original Faberge box.
A SMALL CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK, FRENCH, CIRCA 1895 gilt dial set in a polychrome champlevé enamel surround, gong striking movement No.1339 with ratchet tooth lever escapement, the rectangular glazed case with shaped handle and decorated with similar enamel on the corners and around the top and the base 12cm. 4¾in. high