French Bronze and Champlev? Enamel Mantel Clock, l

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French Bronze and Champlev? Enamel Mantel Clock, late 19th century, with Marti two-train, half-striking movement, the case with urn finial, dial with enameled bezel, rectangular body with beveled glass panels to all four sides, with engaged columns flanked by two open columns, on shaped base with pointed pad feet, the pendulum centered by a portrait miniature of an elegant 18th century woman, signed Hallais, ht. 17 1/2 in.

Condition report

Condition: Overall darkening to the medal and some pitting to the upper surfaces, few light unobtrusive chips to the enameling, somewhat dirty.

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