Jaeger Lecoultre, Atmos

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Result : 1 350EUR
Jaeger Lecoultre, Atmos
JAEGER Le COULTRE. Glass and brass "Atmos" model rectangular cutaway cage clock with automatic perpetual movement. 23.5 x 21 x 16 cm. Atmos box. Operation not guaranteed. Note: What was the source of inspiration for Jaeger-LeCoultre watchmakers when they imagined the Atmos clock in 1928? How could they think of using temperature variations to power it? The Atmos clock is still astonishingly inventive today. Inside a hermetically sealed capsule, a mixture of gases expands and contracts with each change in temperature. The mechanism winds up naturally, without human intervention. The subtle blend of classicism and modernity is undoubtedly the secret behind the timelessness of the Atmos collection. Its unique design allows the complexity of its workings to be observed from every angle. It pays homage to the very first Atmos clock and its avant-garde spirit. From Art Deco to contemporary art, rare crafts and horological complications, the Atmos has always lived with the times while retaining its soul, thanks to the reinterpretations of the talented designers who collaborate with Jaeger-LeCoultre. Source : https://www.jaeger-lecoultre.com/eu-fr/clocks/atmos.
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