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Mid-Century Mantel Clock


A Mid-Century Jaeger-LeCoultre marina Fish mantel clock. Central square dial with an open centre revealing skeletonised 8 day movement, flanked by inset brass angel fish and marine life . Set within.a brass and perspex case. Together with receipt from Favre-Leuba Ltd. Dated 24th Octover 1977

Dimensions: H 19cm W 27cm D 6cm

In 1903, Paris based watchmaker Edmond Jaeger set a challenge for Swiss manufacturers to develop and produce ultra-thin movements that he himself had invented. Jacques-David LeCoultre, Antoines grandson, now responsible for production at LeCoultre & Cie, accepted the challenge and started developing the exciting new ultra-thin time pieces.

 French Jeweller Cartier signed a contract that same year with Jaeger meaning all Jaeger movements be exclusive to Cartier for a period of 15 years, the movements being made by LeCoultre. The Collaboration between Jaeger and LeCoultre led to the company being officially renamed Jaeger-LeCoultre in 1937, of which the name remains, and stands as a pioneer of time piece development and production.

Origin: Swiss

Date:  circa 1960

Item Number:0102233

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