A stunning Jaeger LeCoultre 8 day circular desk clock from the Mid Century era with a sun-shaped dial. The sun motif was prolific in the Art Deco era and was used as a symbol to cheer people up following the First World War and the Great Depression. Art Deco motifs made a resurgence in the 1960’s and the sun shaped dial on this clock reflects this new found popularity in Art Deco symbols.
The front and rear glasses are convex and shaped like a lens. The clock face can be angled up or down. If the clock is placed on a desk, it can be angled up to face you, or down if you prefer that position.
Shipping is free within UK. We provide a full guarantee for one year; in the unlikely event your clock stops working we will take it back and repair it at no additional cost.
Gilt brass and glass
Good general condition. Gilding complete with minor tarnishing to the feet. A small shallow chip to the original rear glass. Fully overhauled.
Height: 8 3/4 inches (22cm)
Width: 8 1⁄3 inches (21cm)
Depth: 2 inches (5cm)