Antique French Gilt and Pink Porcelain Carriage Clock

Antique French Gilt and Pink Porcelain Carriage Clock

Antique French Gilt and Pink Porcelain Carriage Clock

Date & Origin c. 1880, France
Dimensions
H
29 cm (11 inc)
W
18 cm (7 inc)
D
16 cm (6 inc)
Description
A Carriage Clock in the Louis XV Manner

The ornate and shaped gilt bronze case having putti at the angles, surmounted by two winged putti, one proffering a laurel wreath; dressed with hand painted dusky rose 'Sevres' hand painted panels framed within tied cannelures, and displaying disporting putti; the lever movement driving the clock for eight days, and striking the hours on a bell. The back plate bears a serial number, 44442.
Medium
gilt bronze, Sèvres porcelain
Condition
Excellent, in working condition
Stock Code 8348
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
29 cm (11 inc)
W
18 cm (7 inc)
D
16 cm (6 inc)
Description
A Carriage Clock in the Louis XV Manner

The ornate and shaped gilt bronze case having putti at the angles, surmounted by two winged putti, one proffering a laurel wreath; dressed with hand painted dusky rose 'Sevres' hand painted panels framed within tied cannelures, and displaying disporting putti; the lever movement driving the clock for eight days, and striking the hours on a bell. The back plate bears a serial number, 44442.
Stock Code 8348

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