Piolaine was a popular maker and became a Master in 1787.  He was among the most important of the last quarter of 18th century and of the first half of the 19th century.   He became a maître in August11,1787, and set up his studio on Rue Ecrivains and was thought to have moved to rue des Gravilliers in 1810, (see Tardy, Dictionary Parisian watchmakers, Paris, 1971, p.523). He disappeared around 1815 and his widow seems to continue the workshop activity between 1817 and 1820.


Dimensions CM Inches
Width: 46 18
Depth: 20 8
Height: 44 17.5