French Empire-period ormolu sculptural mantel clock, circa 1805. Enamel dial signed Boulon à Bourg, with Roman numerals, Gilt pierced hands, countwheel bell striking anchor movement with silk suspended pendulum, ormolu case in the shaped of a classical daybed surmounted by a elegant lady reading a book, rectangular plinth with acanthus moulding raised on turned feet.
H. 34 cm (13.3’) W. 34cm (13.3’) D. 14cm (5.5’)
French Empire-period clock, circa 1810, "The Cup-and-Ball Lesson". Black marble and ormolu of exquisite qality, [...]
“Reclining Bacchante”, or "Erigone seduced by Bacchus", exceptional Empire-period Mantle Clock by Claude Galle [...]
French Empire-period ormolu sculptural mantel clock, circa 1805, signed Boulon à Bourg [...]
[BOUBON, Palais Royal, Empire-period ormolu mantel clock, "Love conquers Time"]
Erato, a French Empire-period mantel clock, from a model by Pierre-Philippe Thomire, circa 1805. [,,,]
Thiout a Paris, Early Obelisk Clock with Military Attributes
Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE and Louis-Constant SÉVIN, orientalist garniture [...]
French Louis XVI (circa 1785) ormolu, patinated bronze and white marble clock [...]
French “Cathedral” Clock, second Quarter Of The 19th Century, circa 1830, the case in patinated bronze of two [...]
The Chariot of Venus, signed Leroy, bronzework by Ravrio [...]
A separate movement of original concept with two great wheels makes the mill come to life,[...]
Neo-classical French Louis XVI ormolu and bronze sculptural mantel clock, signed Vincent, circa 1775 [...]
French Empire-period Urn clock, signed Champion rue de la Feuillade, Early 19th Century. Gilt and patinated bronze [...]
French “Noble Savage” Clock, "the Coffee Delivery Boy", Empire period, circa 1805.
Rare French Louis XVI ormolu mounted Cercles Tournants mantel clock, circa 1780.
French "Noble Savage" clock representing an African nursemaid and her child. Empire period, circa 1800-1810.
French late 18th C. marble and ormolu full calendar clock "The Vestals"
French “Noble Savage” Clock, very rare version of « L’Amérique », Consulate period, circa 1800.
French Directoire-period ormolu and green vert-de-mer marble clock depicting a young woman studying astronomy. [...]