Louis-Philippe Gilt-Brass Figural Mantel Clock

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Attractive Louis-Philippe Gilt-Brass Figural Mantel Clock, second quarter 19th century, in the neoclassical style, the case surmounted by the figure of a scantily draped crouched male sharpening a knife, the dial of matte-silvered brass with applied bas-relief blackened steel Roman chapters, h. 18-1/2″, w. 11-3/4″, d. 6-3/4″.

Condition report

Attractive Louis-Philippe Gilt-Brass Figural Mantel Clock: In “as found” condition. Light wear and tarnish to the surface from age. Four of the numeral chapters are missing. Two others are off but present. The movement is intact and the pendulum is present. No winding key. Very good detailing to the casting. We are unsure of its working condition.


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