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A LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE MOUNTED WHITE MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK, MID 19TH CENTURY,

the circular berried leaf and convex glass bezel opening to a white enameled dial enclosing blue Roman hour chapters and black Arabic five minute numerals ending with stop bell lever, surrounding reticulated gilt metal hands and twin key escapements, reversing to a brass eight-day mechanism stamped with oval "ETABLISSEMENT / DE PARIS / MIROY FRERES," numbered "51273," set within a cylindrical case surmounted by a pierced ribbon tied laurel wreath cast bronze and a stylized flower filled urn over a stylized curling acanthus mounted underside, flanked by a pair of recumbent classical muses representing the arts of music and writing, on a breakfront rectangular white marble base with inset frieze panels of scrolling rinceaux mounts, over a guilloché mounted cavetto within a lappet panel and bellflower modeled border, raised on egg-and-dart cast toupie feet. Height: 18 1/2" Width: 22" Depth: 6"

Provenance:Lifelong Collection of Clocks and Antiques, Navasota, Texas Lifelong Collection of Clocks and Antiques, Navasota, Texas.

Condition:

Good condition, patinated figures, and gilt bronze mounts are in good shape with nice patination, light buildup, a few oxidized areas and wear on some gilt areas. Marble has a few faint discolored areas and some tiny edge nicks but overall is also in good shape. Simpson Galleries does not guarantee any timepiece or clock mechanism. 

Estimate: $700 - $900
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$2,540
06/06/2020

 

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