Louis XVI table clock - Bronze (gilt/silvered/patinated/cold painted) - Late 19th century

Description
Louis XVI table clock - Bronze (gilt/silvered/patinated/cold painted) - Late 19th century
Mechanical - 8 day movement - half hour, one bell

Splendid clock in bronze with pendulum, Eduard Barrard by Barrard & Vignon Ft. D'Horologerie, Rue Communes 7, Paris approx. 1860, dial in porcelain, with Roman numerals, framed in bronze. Sculpture in bronze of a Cupid reading a book and bas-relief of a woman. In working order. The watch will be shipped disassembled to protect its integrity. The winding key is not from the time period (modern).

Work from a private collection, shipped with certification for art. 64 D. L. 22 January 2004, no 42, of the Law on Cultural Heritage and Landscape (Italy)

The work will be packaged securely and shipped via courier as insured parcel.

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Lot details
Object
Louis XVI table clock
Material
Bronze (gilt/silvered/patinated/cold painted)
Clock mechanism
Mechanical
Power Reserve
8 day movement
Striking
half hour, one bell
Estimated Period
Late 19th century
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Weight
6 kg
Height
40 cm
Depth
18 cm
Width
45 cm
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