James & Walter Marshall late Napoleonic gilt bronze & porcelain clock made in Paris, hand painted with cherubs below the face & flanked by two columns hand painted with birds accentuated with gilt accents, two acorn finials centred by an applied lidded urn
A Royal Saxe jug and a Lindner porcelain clock, 1891 onwards, and modern era, the Royal Saxe late Victorian style jug of ovoid form with a foliate handle and a petite knopped stem and rim and a central medallion with a transfer portrait of a young woman we
Antique French gilt metal and porcelain clock, the central deep blue ground body with gilt bronze lions masks with drop ring, with gilt metal cover with birds to the finial, no key and no pendulum, approx. 49 cm high
A Sevres porcelain clock, early 19th century, with movement by Leroy a Paris, having an engine turned dial with Roman numerals set within an ormolu bezel and an ornate rocaille raised and waisted mount, richly embellished with gilt highlights and handpaint
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