The fabled Atmos clock, produced by the luxury Swiss watchmaking manufacturer Jaeger-LeCoultre, dates to 1928. It requires no battery, electric current or winding, but rather a gaseous mixture within the hermetically closed capsule expands and contracts with any fluctuations in temperature, continually powering the clock's movement. In 2008, Marc redesigned Atmos in a limited-edition of only 888 copies; that reimagination was used as the basis for this customised unique piece.
Pollock Leads Stellar Contemporary Auction of 10 Works Over $10 Million & 10-Plus Records
The Luscious Beauty of William Bouguereau’s Four Seasons
The Best of British Art Showcased in Summer Sales
An Extraordinary Ensemble by Jean Royère
The Highest Auction Price at Sotheby's Achieved by a $157 Million Modigliani
Online Registration to Bid is Closed for this Sale. Would you like to watch the live sale?Watch Live Sale