Very rare Art Deco E. GUBELIN, Lucerne, Ref. 7375, brass and marble 8 days desk clock with manual perpetual calendar and jumbo table lift arm lighter.
This clock was a prize for one of the world’s most prestigious equestrian competitions “3rd Concours Hippique International de Genève, 1929” (CHI Geneva) in “Prix des Etendards” nomination, sponsored by famous champagne house Heidsieck & Co “Monopole”, Reims. Clock’s marble basement is signed “Concours Hippique International de Genève, 1929 à l’officier suisse le mieux placé dans le prix des étendards” and “Prix offert par la maison Champagne Heidsieck & Cie Monopole, Reims”
Created in 1926, the CHI Geneva is one of the world’s most prestigious equestrian competitions. Each year, Palexpo welcomes the very best riders and drivers of the planet on the biggest indoor arena (5,400m2). Awarded nine times the world’s best equestrian competition, the CHI Geneva is part of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping alongside the CHIO Aachen (GER), the Spruce Meadows “Masters” of Calgary (CAN) and the Dutch Masters of ‘s-Hertogenbosch (NED).
Dimensions : 28 x 11 x 13 cm, shipping weight is 5 kg.