P259

Etienne I Le Noir
Case Attributed to André-Charles Boulle
Paris, late Louis XIV period, circa 1715
Clock: Height 73.5cm; width 90 cm; depth 17 cm
Base: Height 18 cm; width 79.5cm; depth 22 cm
Boulle - Lenoir

Exceptional Ebony Veneered, Gilt and Patinated Bronze, and Copper, Tortoiseshell and Mother of Pearl Boulle Marquetry Antique Clock "Day and Night", late Louis XIV period

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CA67

Attributed to Claude Galle
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805
Height 37 cm; width 12.5 cm
Galle

Rare Pair of Gilt and Patinated Bronze Candlesticks in the form of Cassolette Vases, with Matte Finishing, Empire period

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CA66

Locré Factory, known as the “Courtille Factory”
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 20.8 cm; diameter of the base 10.5 cm
Mark: two crossed blue torches under glaze.
Locré

A Rare Pair of Blue and Gilt Bronze Porcelain candlesticks with Matte and Burnished Finishing, Louis XVI period

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P258

Case Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Paris, Restoration period, circa 1815-1820
Height 37 cm; width 24 cm; depth 11 cm
Thomire

Rare Gilt Bronze Antique Mantel Clock “Harlequin”, Restoration period

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P257

Chapuy
Case Attributed to Claude Galle
Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805
Height 59 cm; width 40 cm; depth 20 cm
Galle - Chapuy

Important Green Marble and Gilt and Patinated Bronze Antique Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing “The Reconciliation”, early Empire period

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P254

Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805-1810
Height 51 cm; width 50 cm; depth 18 cm
Thomire

Rare Antique Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “Erigone Inebriated”, Empire period

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P253

Attributed to Claude Galle
Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805
Height 54.5 cm; width 42 cm; depth 15 cm
Galle

Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Antique Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing "Psyche and Cupid", early Empire period

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P252

Almost Certainly Made under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 44 cm; width 28.5 cm; depth 17 cm
Daguerre

A Rare White Marble and Gilt Bronze Cadrans Tournants Antique Mantel Clock, late Louis XVI period

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P251

Paris, Consulate-Empire period, circa 1800-1805
Height 32.5 cm; width 27 cm; depth 10.5 cm

A Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Antique Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing "Young Black Man Pushing a Barrel", Consulate-Empire period

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P250

Julien Le Roy
Case by Bronze Caster Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain
Probably Sold by Cabinetmaker Antoine Foullet (d. 1775)
Paris, transition period Louis XV-Louis XVI, circa 1760-1765
Height 46 cm; width 41 cm; depth 23 cm
Le Roy - Saint-Germain

A Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Antique Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing and with Carillon “Urania” or “Allegory of Astronomy”, transition period Louis XV-Louis XVI

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P249

Bailly
The dial signed by the enameller Fleureau Jeune
The case attributed to Jean-François Denière and François-Thomas Matelin (1797-1820)
Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805
Height 60cm; width 41cm; depth 19cm
Denière et Matelin

An Important Green Marble and Gilt and Patinated Bronze Antique Mantel Antique Regulator with Matte and Burnished Finishing "The Quarrel", early Empire period

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P248

Jacques-Thomas Bréant
The enamels by Joseph Coteau (1740-1801)
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 58 cm; width 28 cm; depth 14 cm
Coteau - Bréant

A Rare White Carrara Marble and Gilt Bronze Lyre-Shaped Antique Mantel Clock with Visible Movement, Louis XVI period

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P247

Cardinaux à Paris
The dial by Joseph Coteau
Probably Made Under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
The Figures After Models by Louis-Simon Boizot
The Case Attributed to François Rémond
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1795
Height 52 cm; width 69 cm; depth 15 cm
Rémond - Coteau - Boizot

Important Gilt and Patinated Bronze and White Carrara Marble Antique Mantel Clock Representing “Study”, Directoire period

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P246

Jacques-Thomas Bréant
The enamels by Joseph Coteau (1740-1801)
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 62 cm; width 32.5cm; depth 13.5cm
Bréant - Coteau

A Rare White Marble and Gilt Bronze Turkish-Style Lyre Antique Clock with Visible Movement, Louis XVI period

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P245

Montjoye à Paris
Case Attributed to René-François Morlay
Paris, Louis XV-Louis XVI transitional period, circa 1770-1775
Height 50 cm; width 45.5 cm; depth 17.5 cm
Montjoye - Morlay

Important Gilt and Patinated Bronze Antique Mantel Clock “Clio or an Allegory of History”, Louis XV-Louis XVI transitional period

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P244

Attributed to Jean-Simon Deverberie (1764-1824)
Paris, Directory-Consulate period, circa 1800
Height 45.5 cm; width 35.5 cm; depth 14 cm
Deverberie

Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Antique Mantel Clock “The African Huntress”, Directory-Consulate period

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C036

Jean-Baptiste III Baillon
The Case Attributed to Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain
Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1745-1749
Height 108 cm; width 60 cm; depth 17.5 cm
Baillon - Saint-Germain

An Exceptional Monumental Rococo Gilt Bronze Antique Wall Cartel “The Chinese Astronomer” The “Prince de Soubise” Model, Louis XV period

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P243

Attributed to Hubert Martinet
Sold by Jean-Baptiste Petit
The enamels attributed to Joseph Coteau
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1775-1780
Height 51 cm; width 48.5cm; depth 13.2 cm
Martinet - Coteau

An Exceptional Finely Chased Gilt and Matte Bronze and White Carrara Marble Astronomical Antique Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P242

Attributed to Parisian Bronze Caster Louis-Isidore Choiselat, known as Choiselat-Gallien (1784-1853)
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 41 cm; width 34.5 cm; depth 11 cm

A Rare Antique Mantel Clock Made of Gilt and Patinated Bronze with Matte Finishing and Enamel “The Stretcher Bearers”, Empire period

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P240

Mesnil
Case attributed to André-Antoine Ravrio (1759-1814)
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805
Height 53.5 cm; width 28 cm; depth 20 cm
Mesnil - Ravrio

A Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze and Red Griotte Marble Antique Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing The Egyptian, also known as the “Thomas Hope” model, Empire period

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