The Anatomy of the Tiffany & Co. Clock Made for the World's Columbian Exposition

4 June | 10:00 AM EDT | New York
Close-up image of the clock face, featuring a lake at dusk.
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Made for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, this Tiffany & Co. longcase clock is a masterpiece to behold. Each dial serves a unique purpose with mechanical precision, giving the onlooker incredible insight into his exact moment in time. In all, this clock's artful design and superior materials set it apart, making the present lot a remarkably rare and important work to behold.

This remarkable piece features in the upcoming Important Watches auction, which will be held on 4 June at 10:00 AM EDT in New York.

The Anatomy of the Tiffany & Co. Clock Made for the World's Columbian Exposition

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