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A Meissen porcelain three-piece clock garniture, German 19th century, the candelabra 52 cm high (3)

A 19th century Meissen porcelain mantel clock, movement by Henry Marc, Paris cockerel finial over a pierced and decorated body with kissing cherubs, a classical maiden and applied floral decorations, (some losses), Hry Marc Paris to clock dial, 53 cm high

Meissen late 19th century mantle clock with key. Height 41 cm

Late 19th century Meissen blue and gilt clock case, modelled with Cupid leaning against the case with doves and garlands, the clock has a hand painted enamel face. Marked with crossed swords. Incised F36. A/F. Height 31 cm

A Meissen porcelain figural flower-encrusted clock, German, late 19th century of rococo form applied with numerous flower heads and a figure of Neptune to the center with putti holding their attributes to either side over a scrolling base, the Bruxelles en

An exceptional fine quality 19th century Meissen clock set, the clock decorated in an attractive rococo manner with cherubs representing the four seasons and overall with flowers, the candlesticks of pleasant proportion and decorated with playful cherubs,

A German porcelain Meissen style mantle clock, striking on the hour and half hour, the circular porcelain dial with gilded Arabic numerals in a shaped waisted case richly decorated with four putti emblematic of the four seasons, Summer rendered as the fini

A Meissen mythological porcelain clock, c.1790 modelled with naturalistically styled figures of prometheus, Hercules and Jupiter. Meissen crossed swords mark on base. Height 71 cm

A Meissen style porcelain novelty clock, late 19th/early 20th century. Height 36 cm modelled as an oriental gentleman perched on a corn flower blue cushion, centered with a timepiece and moveable hands, tongue and head

A 19th century Meissen porcelain framed table clock the oval 'Silver' (not tested) clock face extensively scrolling foliate engraved surrounding the circular dial with black Roman numerals, the cartouche named J. W. Benson 25 Old Bond St, London in black l

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