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Jacob Kock, Stockholm
A GOLD OVERSIZED SINGLE CASED WATCH WITH BLACK ENAMEL DIAL CIRCA 1767, NO. 103
Estimate
6,0007,500
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65
Jacob Kock, Stockholm
A GOLD OVERSIZED SINGLE CASED WATCH WITH BLACK ENAMEL DIAL CIRCA 1767, NO. 103
Estimate
6,0007,500
JUMP TO LOT

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Jacob Kock, Stockholm
A GOLD OVERSIZED SINGLE CASED WATCH WITH BLACK ENAMEL DIAL CIRCA 1767, NO. 103
Movement: gilded full plate, large pierced balance bridge decoratively engraved with scrolling foliage, flat three-arm balance, fusee and chain, square baluster pillars • signed and numbered Jacob Kock, Stockholm103
• Dial: black enamel, white Arabic hour numerals, outer Arabic minute ring, decorative paste set skeletonised hands
• Case: gold plain outer case with engraved bezels and band, with gold and case maker's mark [indistinct and rubbed], gilt-metal bow
diameter 75mm
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Provenance

Time Museum, Rockford, Illinois,  Inv.no. 3636

Sotheby's, Masterpieces from the Time Museum, Part Two, New York, June 19th, 2002, lot 76

Catalogue Note

Jacob Kock (1737-1805) from Stockholm was clockmaker to King Gustav III of Sweden. See Loomes, Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World (2006, p.453)

Masterworks of Time: George Daniels, Visionary

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