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Lot: A French gilt brass mounted oak mantel clock retailed, Lot Number: 0106, Starting Bid: £100, Auctioneer: Dreweatts Donnington Priory, Auction: Interiors, Date: August 30th, 2013 GMT

Lot: A French gilt brass mounted oak mantel clock retailed, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Dreweatts Donnington Priory, Auction: Interiors, Date: August 2013 GMT

A good French late 19th century ormoluGavin Douglas Antiques and porcelain mantel clock. In the Louis XVI style the clock is decorated to the front and sides with porcelain panels of grissaille decoration of flowers and Cupid on a cobalt blue ground. The ormolu is original and in mint conditiion. 8 day bell striking movement. White enamel dial with gilt hands. Circa 1880

A good French late century ormolu Gavin Douglas Antiques and porcelain mantel clock. In the Louis XVI style the clock Circa 1880

French Empire antique mantel clock in ormolu, patinated bronze and marble signed Mesnil. - Gavin Douglas Antiques

French Empire antique mantel clock in ormolu, patinated bronze and marble signed Mesnil. at Gavin Douglas Fine Antiques Ltd. in London, specialists in antique clocks and decorative gilt bronze

French antique blue celeste jewelled porcelain and ormolu with silver highights mantel clock - Gavin Douglas Antiques

French antique blue celeste jewelled porcelain and ormolu with silver highights mantel clock - Gavin Douglas Antiques - Cris Figueired♥

French Louis XVI portico-clock, in white marble with applied gilded bronze motifs of garlands and trophies ; supported by four legs in the shape of lion paw. The clock decorated by an urn. The architectural features highlighted by four Wedgwood medallions depicting classical figures. The pendulum with the head of Mercury. The porcelain dial with Arabic numerals ; eighteenth century.

French Louis XVI portico-clock, in white marble with applied gilded bronze…

A LEPAUTE FRENCH LOUIS XVI-STYLE GILT BRONZE LYRE-FORM CLOCK. Pierre-Henry Lepaute, Paris, France, circa 1800-1825.

A Lepaute French Louis XVI gilt style bronze lyre form clock - Pierre-Henry Lepaute, Paris, France, circa 1800 -

Mantel clock (pendule), Louis Montjoye, Charles Nicolas Dodin, Jean-Jacques Pierre, c. 1781 - c. 1782

Louis Montjoye Pendule, Art as Therapy. The project of making art - paintings, sculpture, decorative arts - has throughout its history been vulnerable to being co-opted into a rather troublesome project: that of impressing other people.

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