Chimney garniture in slightly translucent green onyx marble, gilt bronze and cloisonné bronze which is composed of parts with richly coloured enamelled.
Ensemble comprised of a "cage" mantle clock, with four bevelled glass sides of which the front face has a domed glass door, two columns on either side with Corinthian capitals. Mercury balance also with cloisonné bronze. White enamel dial and finely crafted hands, cloisonné bronze surroundings.
Pair of covered vases with cherubs in guise as handles, surmounted by pinecones, also decorated with cloisonné bronze.
Numbered movement and marked “Paris” on the backplate.
Antique bell on hours and half hours.
Maintenance of movement by clockmaker specialised in antique mantle clocks, in perfect functioning order.
Late 19th century
Mantle clock : Height : 34 cm (13.4 in.) ; Width: 21 cm (8.2 in.) ; Depth : 18 cm (7 in.)
Vase : Height : 32 cm (12.6 in.)
Condition report : Perfect
- Items quantity: 1
- Manufacturer : France, Paris
- Date : 1880
- Height in cm : 34 cm
- Width in cm : 21 cm
- Depth in cm : 18 cm
- Expertissim Reference: 2016050367
- Note : Please note that timekeeping accuracy has not been verified and Expertissim can not be held liable for any repair costs.