LA PENDULERIE brings together varied timepieces including mantel clocks, cartel clocks, and precision regulators. Their beauty, authenticity, original design and the complexity of their mechanisms attract collectors from all over the world.
LA PENDULERIE also features a fine selection of preeminent artworks such as candle sticks, candelabras, firedogs, bronze-mounted objects and chandeliers, all of which have retained their original gilding.
LA PENDULERIE is the only gallery to offer such a large, varied, and wide-ranging collection of exceptional clocks.
In addition, the excellent reputation of LA PENDULERIE’s restoration workshop has earned many commissions, both for world-renowned public institutions such as the Paris Musée des Arts et Métiers as well as for important private collectors.
Each year LA PENDULERIE takes part in important international antique shows, such as TEFAF in Maastricht, Masterpiece in London, the Armory Show in New York, and the Brafa in Brussels.
Objects "La Pendulerie"
Dihl and Guérhard Porcelain Factory, known as the “Duke d’Angoulême’s Factory” Rare Paris Bisque Porcelain and Matte and Burnished Gilt Mantel Clock “Cupid Shooting his Arrow” Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1790 Height 50 cm; width 31.5cm; depth 18.8 cmRead more
-After a Model by Louis-Simon Boizot Rare Sèvres bisque porcelain statuette “Meditation” Paris, last quarter of the 18th century, circa 1775-1785 Height 36 cm; width and depth of the base: 15.3cm x 11.6 cmRead more
à Lamiral Enamel Dial by Joseph Coteau (1740-1812) Case Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire (1751-1843) Rare Gilt Bronze and Rouge Griotte Marble Mantel Clock “The Sacrifice to Love” Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1790 Height 46 cm; width 43 cm; depth 13.5 cmRead more
Gabriel-Pierre Peignat, Horloger actif vers 1760-1776 and Elie Barbezat, émailleur actif entre 1768 et 1776 Case Attributed to Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain (1719-1791) Important Chased Gilt Bronze Neoclassical Mantel Clock Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1770-1775 Height 58.5 cm; width 46 cm; depth 23 cmRead more
Julien II Le Roy Case by Charles Cressent Exceptional Gilt Bronze and Amaranth Veneer Long-Case Regulator with Manual Equation of Time Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1750 Height: 221.5cm; width 57.5cm; depth 24 cmRead more
Xavier Gide (1737- after 1789), reçu maître horloger parisien le 27 septembre 1762 Rare Gilt Bronze and White Marble Mantel Clock "Allegory of Spring" Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1775-1780 Height 58 cm; width 34.5 cm; depth 20 cmRead more
After a design by Alexandre-Evariste Fragonard (1780-1850) Rare Presentation Sèvres Porcelain and Bisque Palm-Leaf Basket Manufacture Royale de Porcelaine de Sèvres, circa 1836-1842 Height 46.5 cm; diameter of the base 28 cm Round “Sèvres 1842” mark and inscription in the bisque: JB-11-1836Read more
André Furet Case attributed to Charles Cressent Exceptional Gilt Bronze Wall Cartel with Bracket “Aurora or The Break of Day” Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1740-1745 Height 92.5cm; width 36 cm; depth 22 cmRead more
Manière Case Attributed to Claude Galle Important Red Griotte Marble and Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock with Allegorical Figure Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805 Height 47 cm; width 29 cm; depth 28 cmRead more
Mesnil Case Made by Antoine-André Ravrio The Egyptian Figure Based on a Model by Louis-Simon Boizot Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock with the Figure of a Kneeling Egyptian Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805 Height 48 cm; width 17 cm; depth 23.5 cmRead more
Case by Robert Osmond Important Gilt Bronze Wall Cartel, “Ribbon Cartel, Large Version” “Royal Model” Paris, Transition Louis XV-Louis XVI period, circa 1770 Height 86 cm; width 46 cm; depth 14.5 cm Case signed on the side: OSMONDRead more
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