A gilt bronze table clock, Germany, probably Augsburg, partly 17th century Pendule de table en bronze doré, Allemagne, probablement Augsbourg, en partie du XVIIeme siècle
5,000 - 8,000 EUR
5,000 - 8,000 EUR
A gilt bronze table clock, Germany, probably Augsburg, partly 17th century
Pendule de table en bronze doré, Allemagne, probablement Augsbourg, en partie du XVIIeme siècle
architectural shape, with two dials, on a 19th century ebony and lapis lazuli base, the movement replaced in the 19th century
de forme architecturée, à deux cadrans, reposant sur un socle en ébène et plaques de lapis-lazuli du XIXeme siècle; le mouvement remplacé au XIXeme siècle
Height 23⅓in; Haut. 59 cm
Attractive model. The clock with a fine engraving. The gilt bronze with extensive dust will benefit light cleaning. As said the movement is a later addition (19th century). Back plate possibly replaced. The base is also 19th century. The hands with rust. Please note that we do not guarantee the working condition of the mechanism.
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Ancienne collection du Comte Hippolyte de La Rochefoucauld (1804-1893) au château de Verteuil ;
puis par descendance