L’Epée 1839 Anglaise Squelette

Unveiled at Baselworld 2014 fair, this Anglaise clock by the world renowned clock manufactory is a reproduction of an“ Anglaise” made by Couaillet Freres of Saint Nicolas D’Aliermont in 1931. L’Epée has developed this Carriage Clock with a surprising design approach. The tradition is tempered by a bold skeletonized dial. The first authentic carriage clock was made in Paris at the start of the 19th Century under the auspices of the great Abraham-Louis Breguet. Carriage clocks are also known in France as “Officer’s clocks”.

Technical details
Reference: 64.6742/021
Movement: Mechanical Caliber 1881 SK, 8-day, Swiss Made.
Strike:Strike every Hour and Half Hour; Repeat on demand
Functions: Strike, Repeat, Moonphase, Day, Date, Alarm
Jewels: 11
Collection: Anglaise
Cabinet: Massive gold plated Brass with mineral glass
Winding: Manual, with a design key.
Decoration: Gold
Dimensions: 107 x 158 x 90 mm / 4 ¼ ” x 6 ¼ ” x 3 ½ ”

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