Very nice example in fine condition of this rare, collectible 1980s carriage clock from Jaeger-LeCoultre. Model 3215003. Swiss-made with 8-day "baguette" movement.
Jaeger-LeCoultre, is a Swiss luxury watch and clock manufacturer founded by Antoine LeCoultre in 1833 and is based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. The company is known for the reliability, craftsmanship, precision, and quality of its timepieces, among the finest in the world.
The carriage clock is elegantly finished in gilt brass, in a subdued, classical style. It is a very well-made clock with a jeweled, "baguette" mechanism, brushed aluminum dial with Roman numerals, a pivoting handle, heavy base, and thick beveled glass crystals on all four sides and on the top. The Jaeger Le-Coultre logo is screened on the front crystal. This clock is all original, including the original rubber feet (often missing). It is working as it should be. The model number and the word "Swiss" are stamped on the underside. It is in excellent, near-new condition, with a very nice finish, and all original glass.
127mm tall (not counting handle), 67mm deep, 82mm wide. 1.14kg.
5in tall (not counting handle), 2 3/4in deep, 3 1/4in wide. 2 lbs. 8 1/2 ounces.