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La Pendulerie

Exceptional Clocks & Fine Arts
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Located just a short distance from the Elysée Palace in the Faubourg Saint-Honoré, in the heart of the French fashion and luxury quarter that is also home to many world-famous antique dealers, La Pendulerie is the ultimate source for antique horology and exceptional decorative bronzes.

La Pendulerie offers an exclusive selection of exquisite, rare, and finely executed mantel clocks, cartels, and precision regulators, rigorously chosen for their beauty and authenticity, as well as for their original design and the complexity of their mechanisms.

La Pendulerie also features a selection of preeminent art works, including exceptional bronze furnishings such as candlesticks, candelabra, firedogs, bronze-mounted objects and chandeliers, all of which have conserved their original gilding.

La Pendulerie’s preferred period ranges over a century and a half, from the middle of the reign of King Louis XIV to the Bourbon restoration (1680-1830). However, certain exceptionally creative and imaginative later works, often made for International Exhibitions or on special request by connoisseurs, are included in La Pendulerie’s exclusive selection.

La Pendulerie is the only brand to offer such a large, varied, and wide-ranging collection of exceptional clocks; it has become an internationally known reference in the field of French Decorative Arts.

In September 2014, La Pendulerie inaugurated a second gallery in the heart of the famous “Carré Rive Gauche”, the world’s last remaining authentic “quartier d’antiquaires”, located near the renowned Louvre Museum and the Museum of Decorative Arts.

Insights From The Exhibitor

Exhibitions

Past
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BRAFA 2020
Brussels
Jan 26–Feb 2, 2020
Past
BRAFA 2019
Brussels
Jan 26–Feb 3, 2019
Past
BRAFA 2018
Brussels
Jan 27–Feb 4, 2018
Past
La Biennale Paris 2018
Paris
Sep 8–16, 2018

Artists

  • Robert Robin
  • Laurent Ridel
  • Joseph Coteau
  • Renacle-Nicolas Sotiau
  • Pierre-Philippe Thomire