Rare Landry, A Paris jewellery box clock from early 19th century. The case is of gilded brass. Flawless white enamel dial with the manufacturer’s signature. Gilded Breguet-style hands. Movement is also signed: Landry, A Paris. Movement it is not serviced, but it is functional. The inside of the box has been lined with blue silk. The inner base of the box is made of marble. The clock comes with the original key for winding the movement.
Sold as a collectible/ornament. No operational warranty for the movement.
Pierre Alexandre Poux Landry worked as a clockmaker in Paris. He was granted the title of a master in 1787. He is best known for his decorative table clocks and pocket watches.