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Henri Jacot - A Corniche Timepiece Carriage Clock

A Corniche cased carriage timepiece by Henri Jacot with an eight-day duration movement and the original silvered platform lever escapement. The backplate is stamped with the serial number 16334 which is repeated to various parts of the case, along with the Jacot trademark, a parrot sat on a perch either side of the initials HJ, with the dial plate and movement stamped with the Jacot oval trademark giving the dates of various exposition awards, the last shown being 1889. The white enamel dial has black Roman numerals, batons to the outer aspect and the trademark inner circle, along with blued steel spade hands. The serial number on this clock, 16334 would indicate a date of manufacture of 1904. Height: 5¾ inches (14.5 cms) Please click on images to enlarge: Any additional images are shown below

Henri Jacot

I have been researching the clocks and lives of Henri Jacot and his family for a number of years now and have unearthed information hitherto unknown which has greatly added to our knowledge of the family as well as debunking some previously held views and confirming others that were of uncertain origin. To read a summary of my work please go to the exhibition page and view the catalogue that was published to coincide with my 2013 Jacot Exhibition of some forty-plus clocks as well as revealing some of the previously unknown history of Jacot. This research, along with that on the Drocourt family, is still on-going an I would be most grateful to hear of any clocks by both Jacot & Drocourt to add to my database.      

Price: £1,500.00

Ref: 1287

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Henri Jacot - A Corniche Striking Carriage Clock

An eight-day Corniche cased carriage timepiece by Henri Jacot with an eight-day duration movement and the original silvered platform lever escapement. The backplate is stamped with the serial number 16334 which is repeated to various parts of the case, along with the Jacot trademark, a parrot sat on a perch either side of the initials HJ, with the dial plate and movement stamped with the Jacot oval trademark giving the dates of various exposition awards, the last shown being 1889. The white enamel dial has black Roman numerals, batons to the outer aspect and the trademark inner circle, along with blued steel spade hands. The serial number on this clock, 16334 would indicate a date of manufacture of 1904. Height: 5¾ inches (14.6 cms) Please click on images to enlarge: Any additional images are shown below

Henri Jacot

I   have   been   researching   the   clocks   and   lives   of   Henri   Jacot   and   his   family   for   a   number   of years   now   and   have   unearthed   information   hitherto   unknown   which   has   greatly   added   to our    knowledge    of    the    family    as    well    as    debunking    some    previously    held    views    and confirming others that were of uncertain origin. To   read   a   summary   of   my   work   please   go   to   the   exhibition   page   and   view   the   catalogue   that was   published   to   coincide   with   my   2013   Jacot   Exhibition   of   some   forty-plus   clocks   as   well   as revealing some of the previously unknown history of Jacot. This   research,   along   with   that   on   the   Drocourt   family,   is   still   on-going   an   I   would   be   most grateful to hear of any clocks by both Jacot & Drocourt to add to my database.

Price: £1,500.00

Ref: 1287

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