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Relógio de bolso Museum Verge Fusee Silver Breguet. REF.00863

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Relógio de bolso Museum Verge Fusee Silver Breguet. REF.00863

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  • Marca: Breguet
  • Modelo : Museum Verge Fusee Silver Breguet a Paris Pocket
  • Número: 
  • Gênero: 
  • Características: Movimento mecânico manual com chave, tipo Verge Fusee, assinado, da famosa casa Breguet (v. Comentarios).
  • CaixaPrata Maciça,  40mm sem coroa, 18mm largura, peso 54g. Classico, em otimo estado a despeito da idade, garantindo a originilidade com a tipica decoração Breguet (usada até hoje)na borda lateral e no movimento, assim como os ponteiros. Acabamento Guilloche e decoração na tampa traseira.
  • Fundo: Original Porcelana Branca, assinado Breguet à Paris, raro pois muitos relógios não eram assinados no mostrador (valor diferenciado). 
  • Pulseira : 
  • Comentários:  Importante Relógio, um dos classicos da história relojoeira, Breguet (inumeras patentes), original,  muito raro. Elegante e atemporal;  inclui Caixa vintage  em bom estado  (não assinada). Trata-se de relógio mais raro, cada vez mais cobiçado, ótimo investimento devido as  poucas peças disponíveis. Calibre revisado profissionalmente (com as ressalvas de funcionamento de peça antiga).
  • Acompanha : Diferenciais @webrelogio. Caixa vintage em bom estado.não assinada. Livro-catálogo Breguet. Sacola de luxo.

 

 

 Nota: Em caso de envio por correio, nao acompanha o livro nem a sacola. Para melhor avaliação, as fotos são parte da descriçao. Proveniencia: Colecionador Europeu.        


Description

Antique 1700/1800s Breguet Solid Silver Verge Fusee Museum Key Wind Pocket Watch Dial and Movement signed Breguet a Paris. In working condition, recently serviced (consider it as a vintage timepiece)

The gilt movement is in very good visual condition with round pillars and beautifully decorated balance bridge.

Typical Breguet Coin-Edge Case in good condition. Guilloche decoration Caseback.

Dial in good condition without damages. Breguet hands.

Bulls eye-crystal in good condition.

Weight: 54 g

Width without bow: 40 mm

Thickness: 18 mm

Provenance: European Collector. It comes with vintage box (not signed).

Basic Info

Listing number

 

Reference Number

Breguet Museum Silver Verge Fusee Pocket Watch

Brand

Breguet

Case material

Solid Silver

Year of production

1700/1800s

Condition

Good (Light signs of wear or scratches)

Scope of delivery

No original box, no original papers

Gender

Men's watch/Unisex

Location

Brazil, São Paulo

Case

Case material

Silver

Case diameter

40 mm

Bezel material

Silver

Dial

White Enamel

Dial numerals

Roman numerals

 

Others

Guilloché and flower decoration Caseback. Breguet style decoration on the round edge. Gilt decoration on movement and balance bridge.

 

Additional Information:

 

...Breguet is a luxury watch, clock manufacturer founded by Abraham-Louis Breguet in Paris, France in 1775 (Breguet a Paris). Breguet is one of the oldest surviving watchmaking brands and a pioneer of numerous watchmaking technologies such as the tourbillon. Also invented and produced the world's first self-winding watch (the Perpétuelle) in 1780, as well as the world's first wristwatch in 1810 (the Breguet No.2639, for Caroline Bonaparte, Queen of Naples).

Breguet is a highly regarded watch manufacturer. Over the years, notable Breguet patrons and timepieces owners include King George IIIQueen VictoriaAlexandre I of RussiaNapoléon BonaparteEttore BugattiSir Winston ChurchillSergei RachmaninoffGioachino RossiniArthur Rubinstein and so on. In particular, the Breguet & Fils, Paris No. 2667 (1814) pocket watch ranks as one of the world's most expensive watches ever sold at auction, fetching US$4.69 million (4,339,000 CHF) in Geneva on May 14, 2012.

Breguet was founded in 1775 by Abraham-Louis Breguet, a Swiss watchmaker born to Huguenot parents in Neuchâtel. He studied watchmaking for ten years under Ferdinand Berthoud and Jean-Antoine Lépine before setting up his own watchmaking business at 51 Quai de l'Horloge on the Île de la Cité in Paris. Breguet's connections made during his apprenticeship as a watchmaker and as a student of mathematics helped him to establish his business. Following his introduction to the court, Queen Marie Antoinette grew fascinated by Breguet's unique self-winding watchLouis XVI bought several of his watches. In 1783 the Swedish count Axel Von Fersen, who was the queen's friend and reputed lover, commissioned a watch from Breguet that was to contain every watch complication known at that time as a gift to Marie Antoinette. The result is a Breguet's masterpiece, the Marie-Antoinette pocket watch (Breguet No.160).

The business was a success, and around 1807 Abraham-Louis Breguet took on his son Louis-Antoine as his partner, renaming the firm "Breguet et Fils" (Breguet and Sons). Louis-Antoine took over the firm upon the death of his father in 1823. After Louis-Antoine retired in 1833 (he died in 1858) the business was passed to Abraham-Louis' grandson Louis Clément Francois (1804–1883).

Breguet watches are often easily recognized for their coin-edge cases, guilloché dials and pomme hands (often now referred to as 'Breguet hands'). A Roman numerals dial Breguet Pocket watch can be found in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

The following are some of the important inventions of Abraham-Louis Breguet and Breguet company.

In 1780, invented and produced the world's self-winding/automatic watch (the Perpétuelle).

In 1783, invented the Gong-spring, laying the foundation for minute repeaters.

In 1783, invented the Breguet hands.

In 1790, invented the Pare-chute, one of the world's first shock protection systems.

In 1795, invented the Breguet overcoil or Breguet spiral, being widely used in watchmaking industry to this day.

In 1801, invented tourbillon, balancing the effect of gravity.

In 1810, invented and produced the world's first wristwatch (Breguet No. 2639).

In 1929, created the world's first (possibly) perpetual calendar movement for wristwatches (Breguet No. 2516).

In 2010, patented the magnetic pivot, used to improve watch precision using magnetism.

In 2010, introduced the magnetic strike governor.

Auctions:

On May 14, 2012, a Breguet pocket watch, the Breguet & Fils, Paris No.2667, was sold in Christie's Geneva auction with a final price of 4.69 million US dollars (CHF 4,339,000).

On May 14, 2012, a Breguet pocket watch, the Breguet a Paris, No.4111, was sold in Christie's Geneva auction with a final price of 2.75 million US dollars (CHF 2,547,000).

On December 4, 2012, the Breguet Sympathique Clock No.128 & 5009 (Duc d'Orléans Breguet Sympathique, owned by Ferdinand Philippe, Duke of Orléans) was auctioned by Sotheby's for 6.8025 million US dollars in New York, making it the most expensive Breguet timepiece ever sold at auction. The clock was auctioned by Sotheby's for the first time in 1999, fetching a record-breaking US$5,777,500 in New York, after the shutdown of the celebrated Time Museum in Rockford, Illinois.

On May 16, 2016, a Breguet pocket watch, the Breguet & Fils, No.217, was sold in Christie's Geneva auction with a final price of 3.33 million US dollars (CHF 3,245,000).

Marie Antoinette: In 1783, an admirer of Marie Antoinette, the Queen of France, commissioned a watch from Abraham-Louis Breguet as a gift for the Queen. The requirement was that the watch should be "as spectacular as possible, incorporating the fullest range of horological expertise known at the time". There was no time deadline or financial limit with the commission.

The final product was the Breguet No.160 grand complication (Marie-Antoinette pocket watch). However, the watch was only finished in 1827, 34 years after the death of the Queen during French Revolution, and 4 years after the death of Abraham-Louis Breguet (the watch was eventually completed by the son of Abraham Breguet). In total, it took 44 years to make the watch.

The watch had been kept in the Museum for Islamic Art in Jerusalem until it was stolen in 1983. In 2007, the watch was eventually recovered and returned to the museum.

 

 

 

 

 

  

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