French Inlaid Mantel Clock

French Inlaid Mantel Clock

French Inlaid Mantel Clock

Date & Origin c. 1830, France
Dimensions
H
37 cm (14 inc)
W
22 cm (8 inc)
D
16 cm (6 inc)
Description
A French Mantle Clock of the Charles X Period

Constructed in palisander, foliate and line inlaid in boxwood; rectangular form case, surmounted by a gilt bronze carrying handle, houses a circular faced eight day clock with subsidiary dials for the day / date features, striking the hours on a bell, the engraved steel chapter ring delineating the hours in Roman numerals; the rear inspection door permits access to the winding and adjustment mechanism.
French, Circa 1830
Medium
palisander wood, boxwood, git bronze handle
Condition
excellent, in working order
Stock Code 8112
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
37 cm (14 inc)
W
22 cm (8 inc)
D
16 cm (6 inc)
Description
A French Mantle Clock of the Charles X Period

Constructed in palisander, foliate and line inlaid in boxwood; rectangular form case, surmounted by a gilt bronze carrying handle, houses a circular faced eight day clock with subsidiary dials for the day / date features, striking the hours on a bell, the engraved steel chapter ring delineating the hours in Roman numerals; the rear inspection door permits access to the winding and adjustment mechanism.
French, Circa 1830
Stock Code 8112

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