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19th-Century Flame Mahogany Mantel Clock by Breguet Raised by Lion Paw Feet
By Breguet a Paris
Located in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
An extremely rare mantel clock with a figured mahogany-veneered case by A-L Breguet Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747-1823), who was of Swiss origin, is undoubtedly the most celebrated c...
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Late 18th Century French Empire Antique Breguet a Paris

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Brass

c.1876 French Quarter-Striking Carriage Clock by Breguet
By Breguet a Paris
Located in Greenlawn, NY
Maker: Breguet # 5257 Stamped Soldano on the underside of the platform. Case: The gilt-bronze case with original gold in typical gorge-cased form is stamped on the underside ...
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Late 19th Century French Antique Breguet a Paris

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Bronze

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