Carriage or "traveling" clocks reached their heyday in the second half of the 19th century. Easily recognizable by their four-sided cases with glass sides and handle on top, these so-called "little darlings" evolved into complex designs with a variety of case styles, movements and decorative techniques.
Our collection of rare and unusual traveling clocks, full-size and miniature carriage clocks, grand sonnerie, gorge case clocks, made in porcelain and enamel among other materials and decorative techniques, is testament to the level of creativity and craftsmanship applied to the creation of these objects.
In-person viewing of our extensive collection can be arranged at our by-appointment-only showrooms.
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Monumental Charles X Quarter-Striking Double-Sided Ormolu Portico Clock by Piolaine a Paris, Dated 1828.
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