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P279

Furet
The Enamel Dial by Joseph Coteau
The White Marble Case Attributed to the Broche Brothers
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 44 cm; width 40 cm; depth 12 cm
Furet - Coteau

Rare Gilt Bronze and White Marble Mantel Clock "The Vestal Virgins", Louis XVI period

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P278

Probably David-Frédéric Dubois
The Enamel Dial attributed to Etienne Gobin, known as Dubuisson (1731-1815)
The Case attributed to Antoine-André Ravrio
Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805
Height 46 cm; width 53.5 cm; depth 16.5 cm
Ravrio - Dubuisson

Important Gilt Bronze and White Carrara Marble Mantel Clock "The Chariot of Diana the Huntress", early Empire period

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P277

Dubuc le Jeune
The Case Attributed to Claude Galle
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805-1810
Height 57.5 cm; width 24.7 cm; depth 17 cm
Dubuc - Galle

A Rare Gilt Bronze and Green Marble Mantel Clock "Jean de La Fontaine" or "Homage to Poetic Genius", Empire period

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CA72

Attribued to Louis-Auguste Hervieu (1765-1811)
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805
Height 111.5 cm; width 33 cm; depth 24 cm
Hervieu

Important Pair of Monumental Gilt Bronze Six-Light Candelabra with Matte and Burnished Finishing "Psyche", Empire period

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R039

Jacques-Joseph Lepaute called “de Bellefontaine”
The enamels painted by Joseph Coteau
The spring dated “1783” and signed by Etienne-Claude Richard
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1783
Height 55.5 cm; width 35 cm; depth 20 cm
Jacques-Joseph Lepaute (1750 - 1796)

Exceptional Antique Skeleton Desk Regulator with Equation of Time and Complications, Louis XVI period

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P276

François Viger
Paris, Transition period between Louis XV-Louis XVI, circa 1765-1770
Clock: height 21.3 cm; width 11.3; depth 8.5 cm
Case: height 23.5 cm; width 13.5 cm; depth 11.5 cm
Viger

Rare Gilt Bronze Antique Traveling Clock with Alarm and Repeat, with Matte and Burnished Finishing, Transition period

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P275

Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 40 cm; diameter 18 cm
Thomire

Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Antique Mantel Clock Likely Made to Commemorate the Victory of the Battle of Wagram "The Tower of Markgrafneusiedl", Empire period

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P274

Joseph-Charles-Paul Bertrand, known as Charles Bertrand (1746-1789)
The Bronzes Attributed to François Rémond
The Dials by Joseph Coteau and Edmé-Protail Barbichon
Most Probably Made under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 54.5 cm; width 40.2 cm; depth 12.5 cm
Bertrand - Rémond

Exceptional Antique Mantel Clock made of White Marble and Gilt Bronze with Matte and Burnished Finishing, Louis XVI period

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R038

Jean-Aimé Jacob
Paris, Napoléon III period, circa 1850-1860
Height 47.5 cm; width 26.5 cm; depth 20 cm
Jacob

Rare Three-Month Going Antique Desk Regulator with Glazed Gilt Bronze Case, Napoléon III period

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P273

Henry Voisin
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1780
Height 46.5 cm; width 43 cm; depth 17 cm
Voisin

Rare White Marble and Gilt Bronze Antique Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing "Mercury and Venus", Louis XVI period

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CA71

Attributed to François Rémond
Probably made under the supervision of Dominique Daguerre
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 122 cm; width of light branches 42 cm; bases 24 x 24 cm
Rémond - Daguerre

Important Pair of Matte and Burnished Gilt and Patinated Bronze Neoclassical Four-Light Candelabra, Louis XVI period

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P272

Probably made under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
The Figures After Models by Sculptor Louis-Simon Boizot
The Case attributed to Bronze Caster François Rémond
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 56 cm; width 60 cm; depth 20 cm
Rémond - Daguerre

Important Marble and Gilt, Patinated and Silvered Bronze Antique Mantel Clock, known as “L’Etude” (Study), Louis XVI period

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P271

Joseph-Léonard Roque
The Bronzes Attributed to Marcel-François Noël
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1775
Height 70.5 cm; width 30 cm; depth 30 cm
Roque - Noël

An Important Gilt Bronze Antique Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing Vase with Roosters, early Louis XVI period

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P270

Very Likely Made under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
Renacle-Nicolas Sotiau
The Figures after Models by Sculptor Louis-Simon Boizot
The Case Attributed to Bronzier François Rémond
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785.
Height 55.5 cm; width 69.5 cm; depth 16 cm.
Sotiau - Rémond

Important Antique Mantel Clock, Blue Turquin Marble and Gilt Bronze with Matte and Burnished Finishing “Study”, Louis XVI period

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P268

Robert Robin (1741-1799)
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 37.5 cm; width 35.5 cm; depth 18 cm
 
Robin

A Rare Antique Clock made of White Carrara Marble and Gilt Bronze with Matte and Burnished Finishing "Cupid Waking Venus", Louis XVI period

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P266

Sicard et Bernard à Bordeaux
Paris and Bordeaux, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 57.5 cm; width 51 cm; depth 13 cm

Rare White Carrara Marble and Matte Gilt Bronze Antique Mantel Clock “Terpsichore” or “Allegory of Dance”, Louis XVI period

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P265

Claude Galle (1759-1815)
Inspired by the Painting by Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825)
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805  
Height 66.5 cm; width 59.5 cm; depth 20.5 cm
Galle

Important Green Marble and Gilt Bronze Antique Mantel Clock with Matte Finishing "The Oath of the Horatii", Empire period

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P263

Jean-Simon Bourdier
The Case by Claude Galle
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 73 cm; width 45 cm; depth 21.4 cm
Galle - Bourdier

Important Gilt Bronze and Green Marble Antique Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing "Apollo Musagète" or "Apollo with his Lyre", Empire period

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P262

Denis Masson
The Case Attributed to Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain
Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1750
Height 32 cm; width 37 cm; depth 22 cm
Saint-Germain - Masson

Rare Gilt Bronze Chinoiserie Antique Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing, Louis XV period

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C039

Jean-Claude Paliard
Case Attributed to François Vion
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1775
Height 68 cm; width 34 cm
Vion - Paliard

Important Gilt Bronze Antique Wall Cartel with Matte and Burnished Finishing, early Louis XVI period

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