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1951/9047: A French Empire gilt bronze allegorical mantel clock showing Clio, the Greek Muse of History and Music. Early 19th century. H. 57 cm. W. 46 cm. D. 20 cm.

Auction:
1951, online auction
Preview:
Starting 7 December in  Havnen
Category:
Clocks & watches - Mantle, table and wall clocks
Sold:
Sold for:
kr 17,000 (€ 2,300)
Price est.:
kr 15,000-18,000 (€ 2,000-2,400)
 

A French Empire gilt bronze allegorical mantel clock showing Clio, the Greek Muse of History and Music, playing her harp, to the left of the clock dial are placed wreaths and a plaque with the names of Roman Poets 'Pline', 'Homere', 'Tasse' and 'Virgile', the base decorated with a large mount and a relief of Apollo. The dial marked 'Cailland á Paris'. Early 19th century. H. 57 cm. W. 46 cm. D. 20 cm.

Similar clock in the collection of the Royal Palace at Chantilly, north of Paris.

Price est.: kr 15,000-18,000
€ 2,000-2,400

Note   Later pendulum hang. Pendulum is enclosed. The watch works, but we do not guarantee for the functionality. Wear due to age and use. Loose back leg.
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