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Pair-Case Automaton Watch - Watchmaker - James Cox (1723-1800) - Outer Case: Gold, Partly Enameled And Set With Gemstones And Paste Jewels; Inner Case: Gold; Dial: White Enamel, With Frame Set With Paste Jewels; Movement: With Diamond Endstone - London, England c.1761-1763

A LOUIS XIV ORMOLU-MOUNTED ENGRAVED BRASS AND PEWTER INLAID PREMIERE-PARTIE BOULLE TORTOISESHELL PEDESTAL CLOCK - THE CASE ATTRIBUTED TO ANDRÉ-CHARLES BOULLE, CIRCA 1690.

Clock with pedestal (Pendule sur gaine), ca. 1690 Movement by Jacques III Thuret (French, 1669–1738) or more likely his father, Isaac II Thuret (French, 1630–1706); case by André-Charles Boulle (French, 1642–1732) after designs supplied by Jean Bérain (French, 1640–1711) Case: oak, with brass and engraved pewter inlay on a tortoiseshell ground, and gilt-bronze mounts; Dial: gilt brass with enamel numerals; Movement: brass and steel

Nécessaire incorporating a watch (one of a pair) John Barbot  (English, recorded 1751–65) Date: ca. 1760 Culture: English, London Medium: Gold, agate, rubies, diamonds

1650 English Calendar watch at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This clock has dials showing the time, date, and also what appears to either be the phases of the moon or the passage of day/night.

Pair-case repeating watch Watchmaker: George Graham  (1673–1751; Clockmakers' Company 1695; master, Clockmakers' Company 1722) Maker: Case maker: William Sherwood Sr. (born ca. 1672, working ca. 1694–1728) Date: 1720–21

Watch by Johannes Buz (movement), Germany. Gilded and brass case. Silver dial with champlevé enamel and basse taille enamel; with dials for date, the days of the week and the hours, large and small apertures show the age and phase of the moon. circa 1600

Pair-case repeating watch Watchmaker: John Champion (recorded ca. 1770–80) Date: ca. 1760

Watch case - Lalique 1900 © Les Arts Décoratifs-not sure if this should be under this board, but that is what it looks like to me, even though Lalique is usually very Art Nouveau. But pine cones and boughs were used so very often in Arts and Crafts design.

A LOUIS XIV LACQUERED BRONZE MOUNTED AND BRASS INLAID TORTOISESHELL BOULLE BRACKET CLOCK, MOVEMENT SIGNED DE LORME À PARIS, LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY

Watch Jacques Goullons (French, active Paris, 1626–died 1671) Date: ca. 1645-1648 Culture: French, Paris Medium: Case and dial of enameled gold. Hand of steel.

Pair-case Watch and Chatelaine, 1725-50. Jacques (a.k.a. James) Debauffre (active 1712-50), England; gold, diamonds, silver, rubies, agate, enamel. (PC.318) Photo © 2001 by John Biglow Taylor, N.Y.C.