A carriage clock is a small, balance-spring driven clock, originally designed for travelling. The first clock of this type was invented by Abraham-Louis Breguet for Napoleon in early 19th century France. The case, usually plain or gilt-brass, is rectangular with a carrying handle and often set with glass. A carriage clock has in the past been a traditional gift from employers to retiring or long-serving staff. However, in modern times we see these clocks given as gifts for all occasions!
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