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Place of Origin: French
Antique French Empire White Marble and Brass Mantel Clock, 19th Century
Located in LOS ANGELES, CA
Antique 19C Victorian Bronze & French Crystal Chandelier Additional information: Materials: Bronze, Crystal Color: Bronze Period: 19th Century Styles: Belle Epoque, French, Victoria...
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19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Brass

19th Century Louis XVI Style Ormolu Bronze Clock with Sèvres Porcelain
By Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres
Located in Casteren, Noord-Brabant
A fine quality Louis XVI style bronze ormolu mantel clock. The case is made of gilt brass and bronze ormolu casted ornaments, Roman numerals in white enameled cartouches. On top of t...
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1880s Louis XVI Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze, Ormolu

"The Peaceful Lion" A French 19th Century Louis XVI Style Pendule Au Lion
By Francois Vion
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
A French Louis XVI style ormolu and patinated bronze pendule au lion The clock surmounted by a covered urn, mounted on the back of a patinated bronze lion with mane and serpentine ta...
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1880s Louis XVI Antique French More Clocks

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Ormolu, Bronze

White Marble and Ormolu Portico Mantle Clock
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
A beautiful and original antique French portico clock, crafted from white marble mounted with ormolu (finely gilded bronze). The face of the clock is daintily painted with floral swa...
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19th Century Louis XVI Antique French More Clocks

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Marble, Bronze

Mantel Clock 19th Century Styl Empire by Bouzzeb À Paris
Located in Warsaw, PL
The mantel clock, made of ormol (gilded bronze), shows the beautiful figure of Diana, the Roman goddess of the hunt, accompanied by various emblems. Diana is sitting on the circular ...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

French Art Deco Style Skyscraper Bakelite Clock by JAZ
By Jaz
Located in Devon, England
Fabulous Art Deco clock by JAZ a French clock maker. This clock is red bakelite a wonderful skyscraper shaped casing. The condition of the face is ...
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Mid-20th Century Art Deco French More Clocks

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Metal, Chrome

French Capucine Clock, by Hastroffer a Lyon, circa 1820
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fine French brass Capucine Officers clock, circa 1820, by well regarded maker Hastroffer a Lyon who specialised in this type of clock. The clock is of typical form with doors to the sides and rear for access to the movement and pendulum, urn finials to the top corners and flanking a polished steel bell, on toupie feet, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute marks, steel moon hands, pull repeat and silk-suspension pendulum. Double rack strike on the hour and two minutes...
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1820s Antique French More Clocks

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Enamel, Brass

Art Deco Modernist Mantle Clock By Bayard, French , c1940
By Bayard
Located in Devon, England
For your consideration is this rather stylish Art Deco mantle clock by the French clockmakers Bayard. Dating to the 1930's this clock has a mechanical wind up movement which has been...
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Mid-20th Century Art Deco French More Clocks

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Belgian Black Marble, Brass

A Napoléon III Marble Mantle Clock
By J. Pradier
Located in Brighton, West Sussex
A Napoléon III Marble Mantle Clock With A Patinated Bronze Figure of 'Phryné' by James Pradier. France, Circa 1860. Surmounted by a finely cast pa...
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19th Century Napoleon III Antique French More Clocks

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Griotte Marble, Bronze

Mantel Clock 19th Century Styl Empire by Bonieris À Paris
Located in Warsaw, PL
The clock is in excellent and perfect working condition. In addition, it was recently cleaned and serviced by a professional clockmaker who specializes in maintaining museums.The eig...
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Early 19th Century Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Mantel Clock 19th Century Styl Empire by Cérés À Paris
Located in Warsaw, PL
Empire clock signed à Paris The mantel clock is in gilded bronze representing Ceres as a goddess of fertility, agriculture, grain crops and motherly relationships. In ancient Rom...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Antique French Bronze and Marble Mantel Set Clock Cherub Putti Napoleon III
Located in Labrit, Landes
Napoleon III French clock named "The hour will ring" (visible inscription) signed by the sculptor Lorenzo Vergnano with stamp and number 553 on the back. It represents a building p...
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Late 19th Century Napoleon III Antique French More Clocks

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Metal

Rare Silver Pocket Sundial and Compass by Michael Butterfield, Paris, circa 1700
By Butterfield Paris
Located in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
A beautiful, rare solid silver Anglo-French octagonal pocket sundial with compass by Michael Butterfield, circa 1700. The sundial is made for a latitude of 44° and could be used in places in the south of France such as Avignon and elsewhere along this parallel. The elaborately engraved base plate has a Roman chapter ring on which the gnomon (a triangular flap) casts its shadow. It is signed by the maker in the following manner: Butterfield A Paris. On one side is a glazed recessed compass with a blued steel hand to position the instrument in such a way that the time can be read. The hinged triangular gnomon is richly engraved and in the shape of a bird’s head. The folding gnomon and cut corners enable the dial to be carried in the pocket. The underside shows the latitudes of various Southern-French places in the relevant areas Its maker Michael Butterfield was an English instrument maker who based himself in 'Le Quay de l'Horloge' of Paris from circa 1685. These types of dials, often replicated by other makers, became known as Butterfield Dials...
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Late 17th Century Louis XIV Antique French More Clocks

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Silver

Black and White Flip Clock Large Station, Factory Clock, 1970s, France
By Bodet
Located in Antwerp, BE
Timeless Bodet black and white flip-flap station clock designed by the company that has been equipping French and Belgium stations for their big clocks for several decades. They inform travelers of the time that is running! This pretty specimen from the 1970s and 80s will ensure your punctuality while offering a beautiful Industrial and modern look to your interior decor. The flip-flap clock...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage French More Clocks

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Plastic, Lucite

French Marble and Gilded Bronze Clock Set
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Detailed marble French clock set embellished with gilded bronze.
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Early 1800s Antique French More Clocks

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Marble, Bronze

Art Deco Bakelite Clock by JAZ, French, C1930
By Jaz
Located in Devon, England
One of the more rare Bakelite French clocks we have in stock. This clock has a wonderful Bakelite case design. The bezel is mirror chrome, the Bakelite is a deep mottled red with fle...
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Mid-20th Century Art Deco French More Clocks

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Metal, Chrome

Large French Turn of the Century White Enamelled Clock Face from La Roche
Located in London, Park Royal
An original town centre clock face from La Roche France, circa 1900. The bombe shaped enamel white face provides a striking contrast to the black Roman numerals. A classic and grand ...
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Early 20th Century French More Clocks

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Iron

Antique French Bronze and Marble Mantel Set Clock Cherub Putti Napoleon III
Located in Labrit, Landes
Napoleon III French gilded bronze mantel clock with putti cherub on the top of the clock late 19th century circa 1890. Set of a clock and two amphora...
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Late 19th Century Napoleon III Antique French More Clocks

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Marble, Bronze

French 19th Century Regence Style Ormolu & Kingwood Grandfather Tall Case Clock
By Charles Cressent
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A very fine and palatial French 19th century Regence style figural ormolu-mounted kingwood and tulipwood floral marquetry long-case regulator, after a Model by Charles Cressent (Fren...
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19th Century Regency Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

1930s Art Deco Clock by Blangy, France
By Blangy
Located in Devon, England
One of my personal favourite makers of French clocks is this clock by Blangy. The stylized numerals are the epitome of Art Deco. The whole body of the clock is chrome which rests on ...
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Mid-20th Century Art Deco French More Clocks

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Chrome

Blue Hour Table Clock Signed by Adam Ruiz & Cyril Fuchs
By Adam Ruiz
Located in Geneve, CH
Blue hour table clock signed by Adam Ruiz & Cyril Fuchs Dimensions: 50 x 27 x 4 cm Materials: Sculpted steel Handscultped, signed The blue hour is a steel clock weathered with ...
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2010s Modern French More Clocks

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Carrara Marble, Copper

FINE CIRCA 1895 FRENCH AUTOMATON INDUSTRIAL LOCOMOTIVE MOVING GiLT BRONZE CLOCK
Located in GB
Royal House Antiques Royal House Antiques is delighted to offer for sale this very fine and highly collectable Antique circa 1895 French Automaton Industrial Locomotive moving gilt bronze clock sitting on top of a solid marble base with bronze feet These clocks vary massively in price, once recently sold for over £150,000 on 1stdibs, which was fully restored and look brand new. They have two mechanical winding features, one operates the clock and the other turns the wheels, I have wound the clock and it works as does the turning mechanism however both will need serving as they have sat for a very long time unused, I can have this done with a very fine clock restorer should the new owner wish I will include the full specification on this piece below which I found online, my example is in very fine order indeed, the sale includes everything pictured and that’s it, if you can’t see it it’s not included Dimensions Height:- 45cm Width:- 47.5cm Depth:- 23cm Please note all measurements are taken at the widest point, if you would like any additional or specific measurements please ask c.1895 French Animated Locomotive Clock...
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1890s Industrial Antique French More Clocks

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Brass

French 19th / 20th Century Bronze Cartel Clock, Figural, Dore
Located in Stamford, CT
A French Bronze Wall, Cartel Clock Late 19th Century, Solid Bronze, Figural A fine solid bronze large and impressive Wall or Cartel Clock having porcelain Cartouche Roman numera...
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Early 1900s Louis XV Antique French More Clocks

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Steel, Bronze

French Gilded & Champleve Clock Garniture
Located in Newark, England
Fine French late 19th century three-piece clock garniture comprising of a pair of candle sticks and clock in a matching set. The garniture boldly cast with rococo influence in the Lo...
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Late 19th Century Napoleon III Antique French More Clocks

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Metal, Bronze, Enamel, Ormolu

Mantel Clock 19th Century Empire
Located in Warsaw, PL
Figural mantel clock signed “Al. dre Destape Palais Royal” The bronze figural mantel clock depicting one of the mythical heroes - Orpheus originates from the Empire period. The cloc...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Art Deco Bakelite Skyscraper Alarm Clock by Japy of France, circa 1930
By Japy
Located in Devon, England
Superb iconic design comes by way of this Art Deco bakelite alarm clock by the French clock makers Japy. Very desirable and rare model bakelite cas...
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Mid-20th Century Art Deco French More Clocks

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Glass, Bakelite

Empire Period Gilt Bronze Lyre-Clock with a Bust of Homer
Located in Paris, FR
Important clock-regulator entirely realized in gilded bronze of the Empire period. It has a lyre shape with seven strings and a bust of Homer crowned ...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

French 19th Century Louis XVI Style Plum-Mahogany Ormolu Mounted Tall Case Clock
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A Very Fine French 19th Century Louis XVI Style Plum-Mahogany and Ormolu Mounted Tall-Case Regulator attributed to Revollon. The Roman numeral dial signed: Revollon - M. Lion, with h...
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19th Century Louis XVI Antique French More Clocks

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Ormolu

French 19th Century Dore Bronze Chinoiserie Figural Clock for Chinese Market
Located in New York, NY
A French 19th Century Dore Bronze Chinoiserie Style Figural clock with a Woman Resting on a Seat. This is a beautiful example of French dore bronze craftsmanship mixed with the Chino...
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19th Century Louis XVI Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Bras En L'air French Mantel Clock
Located in New Orleans, LA
This bras en l'air, or "arms in the air," French mantel clock demonstrates the neoclassical luxury of the Second Empire style. The focal point of the clock is a large doré bronze mai...
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19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Carrara Marble, Bronze

19th Century French Alabaster / Gilt Mantel Clock
Located in Tarry Town, NY
19th Century John Bennett , Paris alabaster with Gilt brass design detail mantel clock . The clock features an alabaster case with turned columns and gilt brass metal mounts on a det...
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Late 19th Century Louis XVI Antique French More Clocks

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Alabaster, Brass

Mantel Clock 18th Century Louis XVI Period by Arnoux À Paris
Located in Warsaw, PL
This elegant portico clock crafted in transitional Louis XVI – Empire style from ormolu, white and black marble, is signed on the dial “Arnoux à Paris”. Decorative motifs of Louis XV...
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Late 18th Century Louis XVI Antique French More Clocks

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Marble, Bronze

Mantel Clock 19th Century Styl Empire by Leroy à Paris
Located in Warsaw, PL
Mantel clock 19th Century Empire Le Roy et fils (French, founded 1785) Le Roy et fils was a prestigious French clock making firm. The company was fou...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Art Deco Table Clock, French Work, Circa 1930
Located in Marcq-en-Barœul, Hauts-de-France
This table clock is made of wood, brass and glass. This is a French work, Art Deco period. Circa 1930.
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1930s Art Deco Vintage French More Clocks

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Brass

Art Deco Skyscraper Chrome Alarm Clock, French, circa 1930
Located in Devon, England
For your consideration is this iconically designed little French Art Deco alarm clock still with it's original leather carry case. To the dial is written 'A LA Renaissance 47- 49 Bou...
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Mid-20th Century Art Deco French More Clocks

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Chrome

Large French Enamelled Clock Face
Located in Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Large french enamelled clock face from a steeple in France, restored in the 1960s, with enamelled Roman numerals. Good condition. (One of a pair avai...
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Early 20th Century French More Clocks

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Enamel

Large French Enamelled Clock Face
Located in Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Large french enamelled clock face from a steeple in France, restored in the 1960s, with enamelled Roman numerals. Good condition. (One of a pair avai...
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Early 20th Century French More Clocks

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Enamel

Rare Important French Louis XIV Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Boulle Marquetry Clock
Located in New York, NY
A rare and important French Louis XIV style gilt bronze mounted green boulle marquetry clock, Regulateur De Parquet, with matching original pedes...
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Late 19th Century Louis XIV Antique French More Clocks

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Brass, Bronze

René Lalique Opalescent Glass Inseparables Clock
By René Lalique
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
René Lalique glass 'Quartre Perruches' Clock. This design features two pairs of parakeets, perched on blossoming branches. The birds are often associated with love birds and companio...
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1920s Art Deco Vintage French More Clocks

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Glass

Mantel Clock 19th Century Styl Empire
Located in Warsaw, PL
This ormolu clock from the 19th century has a rectangular base with four feet carved with small patterns. The figure on top represents a lady playing on the spinet and on sides of th...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Art Deco Egyptian Revival Clock Set
Located in Los Angeles, CA
An Art Deco Egyptian Revival clock set Early 20th century; France Metal dial with black Arabic numerals set in a two-tone marble case flanked by bronze ...
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Early 20th Century French More Clocks

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Marble, Metal

Cartier Prism Mystery Clock
By Cartier
Located in New Orleans, LA
This mystery clock by Cartier, known as a “prism” clock, is a work of exceptional engineering and stylish artistry. Crafted in a sleek Art Deco style with ...
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20th Century Art Deco French More Clocks

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Lapis Lazuli, Quartz

18th Century French Large Vernis Martin Gilt Bronze Cartel Clock and Console
Located in Berlin, DE
18th century French large Vernis Martin gilt bronze cartel clock and console The impressive and large clock case decorated overall with very fine ‘Vernis Martin’ lacquer paint wit...
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Mid-18th Century Louis XV Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Early 18th Century French Louis XV Period Cartel Wall Clock Signed A. Gosselin
Located in Miami, FL
A very fine Early 18th century French Louis XV period corne verte (green horn) and ormolu mounted cartel or wall clock. The impressive cartel rests on its original socle - wall mounted base. Signed on the original white enamel dial with hand painted Roman numerals within a hand blown glass door with ormolu trim and decorated with ornate bronze. Impressively chiseled or ciselé work throughout. The wonderful gilt bronze case is signed by the highly respected maitre ebeniste and clockmaker, A. Gosselin from Paris. It is surrounded by flowers and foliage. Antoine Gosselin ‘A. Gosselin’ (Antoine Gosselin 1731-1794, Paris, master in 1752). Original gilding throughout, exquisite patina. Clock is in very good antique condition and functions, but may need to be serviced again after shipping just as all clocks do. The ormolu Chinoiserie...
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Early 18th Century Louis XV Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze, Ormolu

Mantel Clock 19th Century Styl Empire
Located in Warsaw, PL
Empire style figural mantle clock from the beginning of the 19th century. This mantel clock is known also as the “Allegory of love”, as the woman featured in this clock is holding on...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Mantel Clock 18th Century Louis XV Period
Located in Warsaw, PL
The clock is in excellent and perfect working condition. In addition, it was recently cleaned and serviced by a professional clockmaker. The eight-days going movement has a wire sus...
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18th Century Louis XV Antique French More Clocks

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Marble, Bronze

Mantel Clock 19th Century Styl Empire by Hartmann À Paris
Located in Warsaw, PL
The clock is in excellent and perfect working condition. In addition, it was recently cleaned and serviced by a professional clockmaker who specializes in maintaining museums. The e...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Mantel Clock 19th Century Styl Empire by Ferdinand Berthoud À Paris
Located in Warsaw, PL
Ormolu bronze mantel clock flanked by a troubadour and musical instruments, signed 'Ferdinand Berthoud a Paris'. The end of the 18th and beginning of the 19th century was a crucial time in which new technological advances helped to make watches more accurate and more portable. During the 1790s, the production of gilded bronze increased considerably as working conditions improved. The freedom of trade initiated by the French Revolution allowed many casters to develop large factories. The new factory environment gave them a chance to execute all stages of bronze work including drawing, casting, gilding, assembly, and trade of art objects. While the bronzers took creative liberty in creating all kinds of clocks in contrast to the noble and rigorous structure carried by the movement of neoclassicism. Under the reign of Empire, the case designs started gradually to develop away from a proportionate and strict classicism towards a baroque style and revival style. The rediscovery of medieval civilization was one of the intellectual curiosities of the beginning of the 19th century, with much input from the Ancien Régime and its institutions, rites and the medieval churches in which family ceremonies occurred. This early nineteenth-century figural mantel clock is surmounted by a medieval musician. To be more precise, it is a french troubadour. Troubadours were known for composing and performing lyric poetry for the nobility back during medieval times. The clock is featuring a chiselled bronze troubadour, dressed in medieval fashion while holding a flute, playing a tune from sheet music called "Du Troubadour" that is resting on top of the rectangular clock case. In addition to that, the clock features a gilt bronze lute or vielle resting on a small stool on the opposite side of the clock’s case. The white enamel dial features the inscription Berthoud and is underlined by a bronze entourage chiselled with palmette motif, plus encompassed by c-scrolls and wreaths. The original hands are in blued steel and encircled by Roman numerals indicating hour next to Arabic numerals indicating minutes. The small details that adorn the hexagonal plinth are reliefs, depicting two water fountains or basins on both sides with a lyre in between. The sculpted image of a lyre raised above the background features also foliage garlands tied on top with ribbons. The clock rests on seven spinning feet. The clock was made in the well-known workshop of the Berthoud’s family that was recognized for their excellent work by the King. Berthoud Clockmakers History. Ferdinand Berthoud was a horologist and author of extensive treatises on timekeeping as well as a Swiss clockmaker serving the king of France, that produced many marine clocks, including a weight-driven version that inspired the first American sea-going clock. He was born in Plancemont, Switzerland, the son of an architect and judiciary. In 1741 he began a three-year apprenticeship as a clockmaker under his brother, Jean-Henri. He made his first marine chronometer in 1754 (sent for trial in 1761) and in 1764 was appointed a member of the Royal Society, London and Horloger Mécanicien de Sa Majesté et de la Marine ayant l'inspection de la construction des Horloges Marines. In 1769, Ferdinand Berthoud sent for his nephew Pierre-Louis Berthoud (1754–1813), commonly known as Louis Berthoud, a talented young watchmaker and clockmaker, inviting him to come to Paris from Couvet, Switzerland, to pursue his apprenticeship. Louis helped Ferdinand manufacture and repair the sea clocks...
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Late 18th Century Louis XVI Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

French Fluorspar and Ormolu Clock Garniture
Located in New Orleans, LA
This beautiful French clock garniture, styled in the Louis XV taste, is a charming work of artistry and craftsmanship. Crafted of richly veined and brightly-hued fluorspar mounted wi...
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19th Century Rococo Antique French More Clocks

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Stone, Bronze

Mantel Clock 18th Century Louis XV Period, by Seigneurel À Paris
Located in Warsaw, PL
A Louis XV style marble mantel clock. Enamel dial with Roman numerals, signed with a red inscription "Seigneurez A Paris", finely pierced, engraved gold-plated hands, a broken arch (...
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Late 18th Century Louis XV Antique French More Clocks

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Malachite

Lacquered Metal, Brass and Glass Clock, Circa 1950
Located in Marcq-en-Barœul, Hauts-de-France
This clock is made of lacquered metal, brass and curved glass. This is a French work. Circa 1950.
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1950s Mid-Century Modern Vintage French More Clocks

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Metal, Brass

Mantel Clock 19th Century Styl Empire by Chaussee D'aulin À Paris
Located in Warsaw, PL
Very beautiful Empire clock on the theme of music. rare model, signed “Caillouet in Paris” Watchmaker referenced in the Tardy at the date of 1810. Scene decorated with a musician sit...
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19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Sèvres Style Gilt Bronze and Porcelain Carriage Clock
Located in London, GB
This beautiful clock was crafted in circa 1870 in France. Known as a carriage clock, it was designed for use when travelling. Such clocks were crafted on a small scale with handles, ...
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Late 19th Century Rococo Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze, Ormolu

Mantel Clock 18th Century Louis XV Period
Located in Warsaw, PL
Mantel clock 18th century Louis XV by Picard, Henry (French, FL. 1831-1864) Henri Picard was a prestigious 19th century fondeur and doreur, who worked in Par...
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18th Century Louis XV Antique French More Clocks

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Marble, Bronze

Important French Gilt Bronze and Porcelain Garniture from Sèvres 19th Century
By Europa Antiques
Located in Madrid, ES
Important gilt bronze and porcelain Garniture from Sèvres, 19th century French school. In gilt bronze and porcelain. With a pair of cherubs holding a garland and handles in the sh...
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19th Century Napoleon III Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Cupid and Psyche Clock after Claude Michallon
Located in Paris, FR
Clock representing the Coronation of Love or Love and Psyche after Claude Michallon. Psyche, dressed in a wet drapery held by a belt, leans over the central pillar in griotte marble to crown Amour, recognizable by his wings and his quiver at his waist. The gilded bronze dial with Roman numerals is set in the pillar decorated with a lyre surrounded by oak leaves. The rectangular base is decorated with leaves, crowns, garlands, trophies of arms and rosettes motifs. The ensemble is supported by four small winged claw feet in gilded bronze. This figure created by Michallon (1751-1799) during the Directoire period, after an antique marble from the Capitol in Rome, was a great success due to its elegance and the popularity of the subject of Love and Psyche in the 19th century. It was declined many times notably by Feuchère and Thomire. Some examples are kept in renowned museums such as the Château de Fontainebleau, the Musée Marmottan-Monet, the Hôtel de la Marine...
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1810s Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

Mantel Clock 18th Century Louis XV Period by Diot À Paris
Located in Warsaw, PL
The Ancient Roman personifications of love and desire, Venus and Cupid, feature on this this fantastic Louis XVI mantel clock. Finely cast in resplendent gilt bronze, they are shown with a dove on Venus's hand, another ancient symbol of love. Venus is shown in draped clothing...
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18th Century Louis XV Antique French More Clocks

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Marble, Bronze

Mantel Clock 19th Century Styl Empire by Drouot Place Moubert
Located in Warsaw, PL
The clock is in excellent and perfect working condition. In addition, it was recently cleaned and serviced by a professional clockmaker who specializes in maintaining museums.The eig...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique French More Clocks

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Bronze

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