The "Paris" was only shown in the 1913 Pequegnat catalogue. It has an 8 Day Time and Strike movement that gongs on the hours and strikes the bell on the half. The case is identical to the "Picton" except for the inlay in the wood. The front picture doesn't show the inlay virtually at all. The case measures 14 1/4 inches high, 10 3/4 inches wide and just over 6 inches deep. The clock has no label, however the dial and movement are both signed Berlin.

This clock is one of the more difficult models to find.