A French spelter and marble figural clock garniture, circa 1900, marked 'Sonnerie Progres France, S.G.D.C; Figure By Louis Moreau. the Figure of 'Art Littéraire' beside an ionic column, upon a shaped rouge marble base, an enamel dial with Arabi
An Art Deco spelter Panther and onyx clock, circa 1930s, of bold design with a prowling panther in a verdigris finish beside a large circular onyx faced flock with Arabic numerals raised on a fan shaped copper onyx base above a long black marble veined pli
An Art Deco spelter and marble figural clock garniture, circa 1920s, with maker's mark for Japy Freres, of bold design with the dial set within a floral cast arching support with sweeping cornucopia supports to a semicircular marble and onyx base suppo
An Art Deco grey marble clock garniture, circa 1920s, dial marked Dumoncel, St Amand & Melville, in pleasing soft grey colours with an oval dial with Arabic numerals set in an arched plinth with tapering triangular sides and decorated with applied gilt
An Art Deco clock garniture, circa 1920s-30s. The asymmetric square section body with a small dial surrounded by the low relief image of a crouching girl and stylised shapes and floral motifs, surmounted by a reclining cat, plinth style side pieces with re
Fine antique early 19th century French Louis XVI style bronze & gilt bronze figural clock, mounted to the top with two winged Putto, on a turned fluted gilt bronze column, fitted with a pair of handles in the form of chains of flowers, ribbon tied decorati
An Art Deco sterling silver cased travelling clock, William & George Neal / London / 1921, the miniature sterling silver case enclosing a vibrant blue guilloche enamel dial with gilt Roman numerals, housed in the original velvet box, the clock 8.5 cm t
A striking Art Deco clock, from the Parisian Bakery, 'La Gerbe D'or', circa 1930s, a bold mottled red and white marble clock of squared form with bowed sides and clad with a white metal sunray motif, the central dial with Arabic numerals and ma
A marble and bronze Art Deco prism clock, circa 1930s, in the form of an irregular hexagonal prism, having a mottled cream body with chocolate agate inlay framing a bold rectangular brushed bronze and white metal dial with stylised numerals and a radiating
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