Mantel Clock With Eros, Empire Period, Early 19th Century flag

Mantel Clock With Eros, Empire Period, Early 19th Century
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"Mantel Clock With Eros, Empire Period, Early 19th Century"
Rare mantel clock in patinated bronze, gilded and matte gilded bronze Empire period. The decoration depicts a little Eros (putto) taking refuge in a dragon helmet decorated with a mask of Medusa. The set is based on a first base representing a bed. The second base is adorned with sconces with quiver arches and arrows, on applied sides representing palmettes. Original movement, suspension silk thread, hour and half hour bell. Signature of the watchmaker not legible.
Condition report: restored and revised by our watchmaker "L'Heure de Lys" in Paris. Wear of use to the gilding. 2 years warranty. Winding wrench and adjustment key.
Price:5000 €
Period:19th century
Style:Consulat, Empire
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Bronze doré, bronze patiné
Length: 33cm
Width : 13cm
Height : 34cm
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Art pieces of the 18th and 19th centuries (including Empire)
Mantel Clock With Eros, Empire Period, Early 19th Century
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