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Gilded Bronze Clock Station At The Bomb Charles Le Roy Directory XVIII
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"Gilded Bronze Clock Station At The Bomb Charles Le Roy Directory XVIII"
Rare gilded bronze clock finely chiseled, inscription "Station Bomb" on the base, representing a cherub in the cloud of smoke of a barrel, symbolic of fertility (the mortar gives rise to Love in a cloud of smoke), cock movement signed by the clockmaker Charles Le Roy *, Directoire period late eighteenth century. This clock is in good condition. The movement is older than the clock (earlier in the 18th century). It will be revised. Has reported: misses the needles. a rear foot has been repaired, the decor elements move a little in the base, wear and micro-scratches of time, see photos. * Charles Le Roy (1709-1771): master in 1733. He lived rue Saint-Denis (1748-69). He died in Nanterre, was buried in the parish church St-Maurice where we still see his plate. (Extracted Dictionary of the French Horlogers, Tardy). Dimensions Diameter dial 3.9 cm Dimensions 14.7 cm x 6.5 cm Height 19 cm Reference: A10 40 All pictures are on: www.antiques-delaval.com
Price : 2200 €
Artist : Charles Le Roy
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 16th, Directory
Condition : Bon état général

Material : Bronze
Length: dimensions 14,7 cm x 6,5 cm
Diameter : cadran 3,9 cm
Height : 19 cm

Reference : 359332
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