Refined and elegant table clock made in France during the Charles X period (1824-1830) made of crystal and mercury gilded bronze.
On a square base measuring 9.5 cm. With sides in gilt bronze supporting a column 8.5 cm tall. Made of finely worked crystal with vertical grooving, with a circumference of 24 cm.
On top of the column is the burnished bronze figure which is 13 cm tall, depicting a winged child holding a cornucopia.
Then we have the circular clock which is 9 cm tall. This is also made of crystal with grooving and gilt bronze, with part of the dial in porcelain.
It has mechanical movement which is wound with a key (provided) and is signed on the case and the closure 'Plancon à Pàris' with the number 1414.
The total height of the entire clock is 35 cm
The clock is in working order and has been recently serviced, in excellent condition, intact in its entirety and has no dents on the bronze nor scratches or chipping in the crystal.
The clock comes from a famous antiquarian from Louvre des Antiquaire in Paris, where it was purchased in 2002.
The photos are an essential part of the description.
The lot can be picked up in Turin (Italy) or it can be shipped, packaged professionally, with tracked shipping and insurance.
- Tafelblad klok
- kristal en verguld brons met kwik
- 8 dagen-uurwerk
- Zonder slag
- Planchon à Paris
- Charles X
- Geschatte periode
- Tweede helft 19e eeuw
- Land van herkomst
- Uitstekende staat - nauwelijks gebruikt met minimale gebruikssporen en tekenen van ouderdom
- In werkende staat
- 2500 g
- 35 cm
- 95 mm
- 65 mm