Zenith Replica

In our March issue last year, Jaquet Daroz's latest restoration project was featured. It involved a collaboration between museums, artisans, Jaquet and Droz. The goal of the project was to bring a pendulum clock featuring a singing bird back to "life".

Pierre Jaquet-Droz (1721-1790) was a prominent watchmaker in Neuchatel. He created some of the most remarkable timepieces and automata that have ever been seen in his workshops.Patek Philippe Nautilus Replica Zenith Replica's art was collected by Qianlong, China's fifth emperor. Singing birds were one of the workshop's specialties, which the modern brand has brought back with great success.

Pierre Jaquet-Droz (1721 - 1790)

Zenith Replica clocks, automatons, and other mechanical devices have been restored by the brand. This has been supported by the brand in many ways. Christian Lattmann (CEO, Zenith Replica) says, "We consider it our duty to care for our heritage, and our history." This history is the foundation on which we build our future.Breitling Chronomat Replica We also believe we have a responsibility to preserve the regional heritage. Our ties with theMuseed’Horlogerie du Locle go back many years.

"Likewise, our customers should be aware that Jaquet-Droz pieces can be found at many museums both in Neuchatel and internationally. The Forbidden City in Beijing is a good example.Zenith Replica The preservation of these collections bears witness to the genius of the Jaquet-Droz family, whose creativity and expertise are kept alive in our contemporary pieces... some of which may one day be a partofmuseumcollections."

Magical Mystery Tour

All the parts of the singing bird clock were laid out neatly on the table when I first saw it at Chateaudes Monts.

When I entered the room this time, the singing bird clock had been completely restored and was ready to be assembled.