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Jean Paul Robin

Daisy watch, brooch / pendant



A rare watch in the shape of a daisy as a brooch, can also be worn as a pendant, with a hidden movement. Signed Paul Robin, the movement Jaeger LeCoultre.

The watch is made in gold and platinum and set with 21 brilliant cut diamonds of a very high quality. The maker's mark on the clasp in the horizontal window is Paul Robin, France circa 1885. The timepiece has an anchor escapement and has ruby ​​stones. Swiss, Jaeger le Coultre

Jean Paul Robin (1797-1869)

This jewelry company, founded by Jean-Paul Robin (1797-1869), was one of the most renowned in Paris during the reigns of King Louis-Philippe and Emperor Napoleon III. Jean-Paul's sons Prospère-Paul and Edouard continued the company after his death in 1868 under the name Robin Frères. Prospère-Paul (born 1843) found himself alone in this when Edouard died in 1880. Prospère-Paul was highly regarded among his peers for his professional knowledge, courtesy and friendly nature. His nickname was Robin Le Grand, partly because of his tall stature. He continued the production of exceptional craftsmanship, especially the matte gold pieces and attractive modern and elegant jewelry that had made the company great. This jewel is a striking example of this.


Maker·Jean Paul RobinPeriod·Victorian (1837 - 1901)Material·yellow gold, silver, diamond & rubyWeight·71 gDimensions·58mmRef number·4896