Lot# 1003 A French gilt bronze & porcelain clock garniture


Late 19th / early 20th century, the clock marked to movement ''H & F Paris'' and ''2507'', with Japy Freres Medaille d'honneur seal, and further marked ''5 / 8'', the painted porcelain dial centering a vignette of rustic figures within black Roman numerals surrounded by a landscape, within an arched rectangular case flanked by floral garlands and surmounted by an urn suspending floral swags, on an outset rectangular base inset with a further porcelain plaque painted with a riparian landscape with watermill and cows, on toupie feet, with key and pendulum; the candelabra each with three lights and painted plaques set into the base, one depicting a maiden, the other a young man; 3 pcs, the clock: 16.25'' H x 9.75'' W x 5'' D; the candelabra each: 14'' H x 4.25'' W x 3.75'' D, est: $1000/1500
*Price Realized: $2,280.00


Condition: Overall good condition. General scattered dark marks, scratches, and rubbed wear commensurate with age and use. One candelabra with two shallow chips to lower porcelain plaque on base and lacking a large floral boss from base. The other candelabra lacking a small floral boss from base, and with elements of superstructure in need of tightening. Both candelabra lacking several of the small white enamel ''jewels'' from painted plaques. The clock lacking door to rear. Movement appears complete. Working condition unknown. Moran's does not guarantee working condition of clocks and watches.

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