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A 19th century French Empire period sculptural ormolu bronze mantel clock, modeled as a cherub riding upon a mer-lion (a morse); its uplifted tail enfolds a drum shaped case with eight day striking movement, the dial with Roman numerals. The mechanism with

A French Louis XV style faux tortoiseshell mantle clock, later 19th century, with maker's mark for Samuel Marti, the waisted timber clock with a faux scarlet tortoiseshell veneer with pierced and cast rocaille mounts and trims, an enamel dial with Roma

A French 19th century mantel clock, with enamelled and gilt dial flanked by lions, 52 cm high

A 19th century French 'Farret a Paris' ormolu mantel clock, surmounted with a courting couple, with intricate ormolu decoration to the body, on scrolled feet and cherub playing lute to base. The clock depicting a country landscape and with an eight day Fre

A French inlaid rosewood portico mantle clock, mid 19th century. Dial marked Le Roy a Paris. Height 42 cm

A 19th century French gilt metal sculptural mantel clock, modelled with an Elizabethan figure, the circular dial with Roman numerals, the pendulum movement striking on a bell. With key. Scroll missing from hand. Height 33 cm

A boulle mantle clock in the Louis XV style. Later 19th century, with maker's marks for Japy Freres. The waisted timber clock with gong having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings beneath a dome glass, the timber body with floral bras

An impressive early 19th century French ormolu figured mantel clock, surmounted with a classical draped woman beside a draped sphere with box below, all upon and framing the rectangular cased movement with circular dial, Roman numerals to the chapter ring,

A late 19th century cut brass and scarlet tortoiseshell inlaid mantel clock, of waisted form, with an anchor escapement, quarter striking on one bell, 34 cm high

A late 19th century French porcelain inset gilt bronze mantel clock, with a Roman numeral dial, anchor escapement, count wheel strike on one bell, inset with panels depicting courting couples and foliate cartouches, 34.5 cm high

An American oak mantle clock, late 19th century, with maker's trademark for Seth Thomas, the architectural gong and bell strike clock with a stepped pediment above the plinth enclosed dial with Roman numerals set within a decorative gilded bezel, and r

A French cast brass mantle clock, 19th century, with maker's trademark for Japy Freres with four stars, the architectural eight day bell strike clock with a stepped pediment and urn embellishment above the plinth enclosed dial with enamel cartouches an

A late 19th century bronzed metal figured Ansonia mantel clock, the classical decorative baluster clock with enamel dial, Arabic numerals, exposed escapement, Ansonia details to the lower dial, flanked by a traditional French swordsman, all on ebonised pli

A fine Louis XV style ormolou clock, 19th century, with maker's mark of Japy Freres; the dial by Rodier à Paris, the mantel clock richly cast and pierced in the rocaille manner with scroll, leaf and shell forms and surmounted by a Cupid and enclosing a whi

Late 19th century French gilt mantel clock with Sevres porcelain dial surmounted with cupids

A good early 19th century French Empire period bronze ormolu mantel clock, figured with a half lion, half cornucopia, a cherub playing a lyre sits upon his back, the cased movement held within the stylised tail, Roman numerals frame the decorative stiff le

A walnut cased mantle clock, later 19th century, crossed arrow mark for Hac, the Hamburg American clock Co, the clock with a white metal and engraved gilt dial with Roman numerals and pierced foliate spandrels surmounted by a mascaron and set within an arc

Empire gilt bronze mantel clock. First quarter 19th century, with a young boy holding a flaming torch in a chariot pulled by two butterflies, the wheel forms the enamelled dial, with Roman numerals, on a rectangular base adorned with foliage an musical ins

Winterhalder & Hofmeier late 19th German oak mantle clock having a brightly gilt dial mask finely engraved, & with subsidiary dials for fast/slow & chime/silent, with a key & pendulum. Condition good to fair, minor wear, needs a service. Height 39.5 cm

A Louis XV style gilt bronze mantle clock, 19th century, 29 cm high

19th century French ormolu mantel clock. Putti mounted to top, & hand painted panels to each side also depicting putti with birds. Enamel dial marked 'Hatton, Paris.' Japy Freres movement. Running. Service receipts from 1995-2011. Keys available. Glass dom

19th century miniature Swiss mantle clock, with silver enamel case

Antique early 19th century French school painting, of an interior scene of a family in their kitchen

Late 19th century French gilt metal mantle clock the domed top with pineapple finial, dial with Arabic numerals and filigree centre

19th century French gilt and alabaster mantel clock depicting a dignitary with hunting dog and holding a pheasant (key and pendulum available)

A 19th century ormolu mantel clock by Aubert & Klaftenberger, Geneve, the bell striking French movement by Vincenti et Cie., with white enamel dial in a drum case raised upon a Rococo plinth embellished with flowers and acanthus, flanked by cherub figures

A Sessions American mantle clock in ebonised timber case, 19th century. 29 cm high, 49 cm wide, 18 cm deep

A French brass mantle clock. Late 19th century, with 8 day, hourly bell striker movement. Height 33.5 cm

A late 19th century American mantle clock acid etched glass, adjustable pendulum

19th century French ormolu mantle clock, decorated with cherub faces, with Roman numerals, labeled on front 'Comptoir General 9bd. Poissonniere, Paris Maison H. Riondel. Eight day movement, together with key, height 39 cm approx

A French 19th century Louis XV style alabaster and gilt metal mantel clock supported on two columns

A 19th century French gilt bronze mantel clock in rococo revival style with foliate scroll case; two train movement, bell strike, Roman numeral silvered dial. Height 29 cm

A 19th century porcelain mantel clock, the rococo revival case bearing a Meissen-type mark, encrusted with figures and flowers; Roman numeral white enamel dial; two-train movement by Henri Marc (Paris) with bell strike. Height 37 cm

A green onyx and glass mantle clock, late 19th to early 20th century, of elegant and restrained architectural styling, having an extended onyx cornice above a fully glazed cabinet enclosing a white metal dial with Roman numerals set within a decorative gil

French gilt mantel clock, 19th century, with Sevres porcelain plaques

19th century French gilt mantle clock with porcelain dial and panels

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