A GILT-BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK, Cailleaux and Deniere



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A GILT-BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK, Cailleaux and Deniere, French, circa 1850. The 5-1/2 inch dial signed DENIERE FT DE BRONZES A PARIS, the bell strike movement with deadbeat escapement, signed by the clockmaker CAILLEAUX BREVETE and by the case maker DENIERE A PARIS, the case having a cylindrical movement housing surrounded by three cherubs together surmounting a gilt-bronze plinth. Dimensions: 19.75″H x 22.25″L x 8.75″D. Note: Cailleaux was at Rue du Temple, Paris between 1842 and 1870.

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