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"Louis XVI Bronze Clock And Its Pair Of Lamps "
Garnish including a clock and its pair of candlesticks/lamps. 19th century work from the Napoleon III period. Clock description: this turquin blue marble clock rests on four gilded bronze spinning top legs, gilded bronzes in "Espagnette" (busts of women) embellish the sides of the colonnade inserting the mechanism. The top ends with a vase with handles decorated with garlands. The mechanism is signed by the watchmaker Hersant in Paris 1872. White enameled dial in perfect condition! Double numbering, openwork hands in gilded bronze. This mechanism is functional, it strikes the hours and the half, supplied with its original balance wheel and winding key. Clock dimensions: width 30cm/ height 42cm/ depth 18cm Description of candle holders: Two candle holders accompany the clock, they are in gilded bronze and turquin blue marble. Finely chiseled, they have a beautiful gilding. Built into lamps (which can easily return to their candle holder function), they are electrified to current standards. Topped with blue conical oval lampshades reminiscent of marble. Dimensions of candle holders / lamps: 25cm without lampshade or 50cm with. Lampshade diameter 28cm / depth 12cm.
Price: 780 €
Artist: Hersant Horloger
Period: 19th century
Style: Louis 16th, Directory
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Marble
Width: 30cm
Height: 42cm
Depth: 18cm

Reference: 1320009
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