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"
Lemarchand & Lemoine Important Pair of Gilt Bronze, Mahogany, Mahogany Veneer, and Bird’s Eye Maple Commodes with Two Doors Paris, Louis-Philippe period, circa 1846 Height 98 cm; width 136 cm; depth 48 cm Stencil signature: “LEMARCHAND & LEMOINE/Rue des Tournelles, 17/PARIS” and numbered “1” and “2”Read more
Attributed to François Rémond Undoubtedly Made Under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre Exceptional Pair of Large Patinated and Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze and White Carrara Marble Four-Light Candelabra Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785 Height 119 cm; width of the light arms 36 cm; bases 22 x 22 cmRead more
Attributed to François-Honoré-Georges Jacob, known as Jacob-Desmalter Important Mahogany, Mahogany-Veneered, and Gilt Bronze Guéridon Paris, Empire period, circa 1805-1810 Height 74 cm; diameter 114 cmRead more
Jean-Joseph Lepaute, known as Collignon (1768- circa 1830) Case Attributed to the Workshop of Jacob-Desmalter (1770-1841) Important Long Case Regulator or “pendule à secondes” indicating True Time and Mean Time Paris, early Restoration period, during the reign of Louis XVIII, circa 1821-1823 Height 205.5 cm; width 53.5 cm; depth 27 cmRead more
Jean-Simon Bourdier Case Attributed to Ferdinand Schwerdfeger Dials by Joseph Coteau Exceptional Regulator Clock with Complications Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790 Height 201 cm; width 48 cm; depth 29 cmRead more
Van den Bruel Case Attributed to Joseph de Saint-Germain Rare Wall Cartel with Console, Veneered in Green Horn with Chased Gilt Bronze Mounts Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1750-1755 Height 70 cm; width 31cm; depth 16.5 cmRead more
Deprest Case Attributed to Bronze Caster Jean-Simon Deverberie Rare Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “Cupid’s Chariot” Paris, Empire period, circa 1810-1815 Height 39 cm; width 47.8 cm; depth 13.8cmRead more
Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire The Female Figures after Claude-Michel, known as Clodion Important Pair of Chased, Gilt and Patinated Bronze Three-Light Candelabra Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1780-1785 Height 110 cm; width of arms: 45cm.Read more
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