We would like to introduce ourselves, we’re Pieces of
Time London and are the Worlds leading specialist in Antique and precision
pocket watches, we’ve been trading since 1975 in Mayfair London, round the
corner from Bond Street Station and the famous Claridges Hotel. We have
been producing mail order catalogues since the 80s and are about to publish our
100th ISSUE. We’ve also got a very extensive website with hundreds
of watches and were one of the first antique watch websites to launch way back
in 1996. We’ve always prided ourselves on our customer’s satisfaction and we’ll
always endeavour to make sure our clients are really happy with their purchases.
Pieces of Time
is a member of the British Antique Dealers Association (BADA) and the National
Association of Watch & Clock Collectors (NAWCC). We attend many antique and
watch fairs around the world, meeting with our international clients who may be
interested in specific items for their collection or looking to sell items to
Pieces of Time.
We have hundreds of collectable and interesting
watches from the 17th century to mid 20th century. If you are interested in any
of our watches or need more information please don’t hesitate to contact us on
either our email
Even better please give us a call on
+44(0) 207 629-2422
+44(0) 207 629-3272
as we love to speak to our clients in person.
All our watches are in full working order and can be
viewed in person at our London showroom and we’re always happy to send
additional images, videos or answer any questions you may have
Shipping is via the post office, but we can always
arrange fed-ex at a small additional cost if you so wish and this is free over
£2000. We offer many payment options including paypal, credit cards, and bank transfers.
We have one of the worlds best watchmakers working for us and all our watches
are tested and examined prior to dispatch. We can undertake repairs although
our current waiting list is several months, please email us if your watches
require servicing or restoration.
Display of Dial Cartouches
An unusual glazed display with burr walnut veneered frame of numeral cartouches from early 18th Century watches and clocks. Concentric circles of the white enamel cartouches taken from gilt dials are displayed in the square frame, a dial from a calendar watch taking the place of one cartouche. At the centre a blue and white enamel disc for the age of the moon, two larger versions above and below. Approximately 70 pieces in total.
Dimensions 230 x 230 mm