u201cA clock that can be read clearly from all seatsu201d u2013 This was what King Frederick Augustus II of Saxony ordered to be built for the auditorium of his new court opera house in Dresden.The ground-breaking design was the work of Johann Christian Friedrich Gutkaes and Ferdinand A. Lange.
French Cloisonne Enamel Clock.
Clock Place of origin:The Hague (made) Date:ca. 1665-1670 (made) Artist/Maker:Breghtel, Hans Conraedt (designer and maker) van den Bergh, Adriaen (movement, maker) Materials and Techniques:Silver and silver-gilt, pierced, embossed, filigree
enameled rolling ball french mantel clock
A Continental silver-gilt & enamel mantle clock, 19th century, marked '925', apparently unsigned, made for the Turkish market, the circular dial with Turkish numerals centering a painted landscape scene, within a temple-form case with crescent moon finials atop the dome and four corner columns, decorated overall with pierced scrollwork and set with amethysts, seed pearls and white onyx, on an associated later wooden base.
An Austrian silver and enamel tower clock, Vienna, late 19th century | Lot | Sotheby's