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 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 60 cm; width 41cm; depth19 cm

An Important Green Marble and Gilt and Patinated Bronze 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 Mantel Clock with Visible Movement, Louis XVI period

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P247

Cardinaux à Paris
Probably Made Under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
The Figures After Models by Louis-Simon Boizot
The Case Attributed to François Rémond
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1788
Height 52 cm; width 69 cm; depth 15 cm
Rémond - Boizot

Important Gilt and Patinated Bronze and White Carrara Marble Mantel Clock Representing “Study”, Louis XVI 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 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 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 Mantel Clock “The African Huntress”, Directory-Consulate 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 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 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 Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing The Egyptian, also known as the “Thomas Hope” model, Empire period

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P239

Paris, Empire period, circa 1810-1815
Height 46.5cm; width 40 cm; depth 17 cm

A Rare Matte Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock in the form of a Fountain, Empire period

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P238

Joseph Buzot
The bronze mounts attributed to Philippe Caffieri
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1775
Height 58.5 cm; width 23.5 cm; depth 24 cm
Buzot - Caffieri

An Important Mantel Clock in the Form of a Truncated Column made of Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze and White Carrara Marble, early Louis XVI period

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P237

François Ageron
The Case Attributed to Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain
Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1750
Height 30.5 cm; width 20.5 cm; depth 9.5 cm.
Ageron - Saint-Germain

A Rare Gilt Bronze Table Clock, Louis XV period

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P236

Antoine Cronier
The Case Attributed to Robert Osmond
Paris, Transition period between Louis XV-Louis XVI, circa 1770
Height 65.5cm; width 28 cm; base 25.6 cm x 25.2 cm
Cronier - Osmond

An Exceptional Gilt Bronze Mantle Clock in the form of a Neoclassical Lidded Vase with Matte and Burnished Finishing, Transition period

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P235

Lepaute
Case Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Paris, Directory period, circa 1798-1800
Height 72.5cm; width 74 cm; depth 23 cm
Lepaute - Thomire

Exceptional Gilt Bronze and Green Marble Mantel Clock “Paris and Helen”, Directory period

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P234

Lépine Her du Roi
The model created in 1807 by Etienne Blavet
and probably sold by Pierre-François Feuchère
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 88 cm; width 69 cm; depth 27.2 cm
Lépine - Feuchère - Blavet

Monumental Gilt Bronze and Green Marble Mantel Clock “Achilles Swearing Revenge at the Bier of Patroclus”, Empire period

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P233

Jean-Baptiste III Baillon
The Case Attributed to Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain
The Enamel by Antoine-Nicolas Martinière
Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1753
Height 54 cm; width 32 cm; depth 17 cm
Baillon - Saint-Germain - Martinière

A Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing “Daybreak”, Louis XV period

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P232

Model Attributed to André-Antoine Ravrio
France and England, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 42.5 cm; width 58 cm; depth 16 cm
Ravrio

A Rare Gilt Bronze and White Carrara Marble Mantel Clock “Venus’s Chariot with Paris”, Empire period

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P231

After a drawing by bronzier Jean-André Reiche (1752-1817)
Paris, Empire period, circa 1795-1800
Height 36 cm
Reiche

Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock “The Black Porter”, Empire period

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P230

Laurent Ridel
The Enamels by Joseph Coteau
France, Directory period, circa 1795
Height 52 cm, width 29 cm, depth 15 cm
Ridel - Coteau

An Exceptional Gilt Bronze, Enamel, and Carrara Marble Three-Dial Skeleton Clock with Complications and Matte and Burnished Finishing, Directory period

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P229

Poitevin
Case by François Vion
Paris, transition period between Louis XV and Louis XVI, circa 1775
Height 33.5 cm; width 18.5 cm; depth 9 cm
Vion - Poitevin

An Exceptional Gilt and Lacquered Bronze Mantel Clock “The Trotting Horse”, transition period

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P228

Model Attributed to the Bronzier Jean-Simon Deverberie (1764-1824)
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 61.5 cm; width 76 cm; depth 24.5 cm
Deverberie

An Important Gilt Bronze and Green Marble Mantel Clock “Apollo’s Chariot”, Empire period

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P244

Revel
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1795
Height 42.5 cm; width 26.5 cm; depth 17.5 cm
Revel

Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Regulator, Directoire period

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P226

Ragot
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 65 cm; width 33.5 cm; depth 22 cm
Ragot

A Rare Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze and White Carrara Marble Mantel Clock “The Chinese Pagoda”, Louis XVI period

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P225

Couturier Jne
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805-1810
Height 47 cm; width 34.5 cm; depth 13,5 cm
Couturier

A Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing, Empire period

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P224

Alexandre
Paris, Directoire-Consulate period, circa 1800
Height 54 cm; width 41 cm; depth 12.5 cm

An Important Patinated and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing “The Amerindian Hunter”, Directoire-Consulate period

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P223

The Case made by Claude Galle (1759-1815)
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 45.5 cm; width 26.5 cm; depth 14.5 cm.
Galle

A Rare Patinated and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock with Matte and Burnished Finishing “The Judgment of Paris”, Empire period

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P219

L. Grognot à Paris
The Case Attributed to Parisian Bronzier Louis-Isidore Choiselat, known as Choiselat-Gallien (1784-1853)
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 47 cm; width 33.5 cm; depth 10.5 cm

A Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock “The Stretcher Bearers”, Empire period

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P214

Callas à Paris
Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805
Height 53 cm; width 54 cm; depth 16 cm
Thomire

Important Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “The Music Lesson” or “Homage to Joséphine”, early Empire period

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P212

Gabriel Leroy
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810.
Height 47.5cm; width 29 cm; depth 16.5 cm.
Leroy

Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock, Empire period

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P211

Locré Factory, known as the Fabrique de la Courtille (1772-1824)
The enamel dial by the workshop of Etienne Gobin, known as Dubuisson
Paris, first quarter of the 19th century, circa 1815-1820
Height 60 cm; width 26.5 cm; depth 15 cm
The dial signed and dated “Dubuisson 1818”
Dubuisson

Exceptional Celadon Green Porcelain and Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze Lyre-Form Clock, first quarter of the 19th century

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P208

Louis Bausse
The enamel dial by Joseph Coteau (1740-1801)
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1790
Height 56 cm; width 23.5cm; depth 18.5 cm
Coteau - Bausse

Rare Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze, Blue and Painted Glass and White Marble “Pyramid” Clock, late Louis XVI period

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P206

Attributed to Jean-Simon Deverberie  (1764 - 1824)
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1795-1800
Height 34 cm; width 45 cm; depth 12 cm
Deverberie

Rare Chased, Patinated and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock, Directoire period

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P202

Rare Allegorical Clock  
"Venus Teaching Cupid"
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1788
Height 61.5 cm; width 46 cm; depth 16.5 cm

Rare Allegorical Clock "Venus Teaching Cupid", Louis XVI period

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P201

Revel
Case attributed to Antoine-André Ravrio
The Egyptian Figure Based on a Model by Louis-Simon Boizot
Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805
Height 48 cm; width 17 cm; depth 23.5 cm
Ravrio - Revel - Boizot

Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock with the figure of a Kneeling Egyptian, early Empire period

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P200

Gaulin à Paris
Paris, Directory-Consulate period, circa 1800
Height 50.5 cm; width 37 cm; depth 12.5 cm

Important Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock “The American Indian Hunter”, Directory-Consulate period

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P199

Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805
Height 64 cm; width 67 cm; depth 17 cm
Thomire

Exceptional Finely Chased Gilt Bronze and Patinated Bronze Clock representing Apollo travelling through the Zodiac, Empire period

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P196

Van Overklift
Case Attributed to Claude Galle
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1800
Height 53.5 cm; width 35.5 cm; depth 14 cm
Galle

Important Patinated and Matte Gilt Bronze and Green Marble Mantel Clock "The Meeting of Robinson Crusoe and Friday", Directoire period

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P193

Vaillant
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810-1815
Total height 50 cm; base: width 26 cm, depth 17 cm
Vaillant

Exceptional Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze Automaton Clock, Empire period

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P191

Attributed to Claude Galle
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805-1810
Height 86 cm; width 26.2 cm; depth 19.2 cm
Galle

Exceptional Monumental Gilt and Patinated Bronze and Italian Red Griotte Marble Clock, Empire period

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P190

Paris, Empire period, circa 1805
Hauteur 46 cm; base 12 cm x 12 cm

Rare Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze Mantle Clock in the form of a Medici Vase, Empire period

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P189

“Briant à Paris”
The Case by Robert Osmond
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1775
Height 43.5cm; width 40.5cm; depth 15cm
The base signed: OSMOND
Osmond

Rare Gilt Bronze Mantle Clock "The Victory of Science", early Louis XVI period

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P187

Joseph-Marie Revel (died in Paris in 1811)
The enamel dial by Etienne Gobin, known as Dubuisson (1731-1815)
The bronzes attributed to François Rémond
The bisque groups by the Royal Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory after models by sculptor Louis-Simon Boizot (1743-1809)
Almost certainly made under the supervision of Dominique Daguerre
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1795
Height 56 cm; width 67.5cm; depth 16.5 cm
Revel - Rémond - Dubuisson

Exceptional Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze, Sèvres Porcelain, and Black and Red Griotte Italian Marble Mantel Clock “La Leçon de l’Amour” and “La Leçon à l’Amour”, Directoire period

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P183

“Gaudron à Paris”
Case attributed to André-Charles Boulle, ébéniste-marqueteur to King Louis XIV 
Paris, late Louis XIV period, circa 1710
Clock: Height 114 cm; width 59 cm; depth 23 cm     
Pedestal: Height 150 cm; width 59 cm; depth 30 cm
Gaudron - Boulle

Exceptional Tortoiseshell, Copper, and Bronze Marquetry Barometer Clock with Pedestal, late Louis XIV

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P181

Attributed to the Locré, Russinger and Pouyat Factory (1772 - circa 1810)
François-Louis Godon (circa 1740-1800)
The enamel dial by Joseph Coteau (1740-1801)
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 42.5 cm; width 19.5 cm; depth 12.8 cm
Godon - Coteau

Exceptional Hard-Paste Paris Porcelain and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P180

Nicolas-Charles Dutertre
Paris, Transition period Louis XV-Louis XVI, circa 1770
Height 54 cm; width 21.5 cm; depth 20.5 cm
Dutertre

Rare and Exceptional Sèvres Porcelain and Gilt Bronze Clock in the form of a Vase, Transition period Louis XV-Louis XVI

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P177

Niderviller Pottery and Porcelain Factory
Lorraine, Niderviller pottery manufacture, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 37.5 cm; width 20 cm; base 10.5 cm x 10.5 cm
Vases: Height 27 cm; base 7.8 cm x 7.8 cm
Niderviller Factory

Rare Porcelain, Bisque and Bronze Mantel Garniture Comprising a Clock and a Pair of Ornamental Vases, Louis XVI period

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P175

Attributed to Jean-Simon Deverberie
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1799
Height 46 cm; width 37 cm; depth 15 cm
Deverberie

Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “The American Indian”, Directoire period

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P172

Breguet Neveu et Cie N°2833
The patinated bronze putto figure by Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Paris, Empire-Restoration period
Height 50.5 cm; base 16.8 cm x 16.8 cm
Breguet - Thomire

Rare Patinated and Burnished Gilt Bronze Mantle Clock, Empire-Restoration period

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P158

Lesieur à Paris
The Bronze Figures and Mounts attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805-1810
Height 76 cm; width 48.5 cm; depth 20.5cm
Lesieur - Thomire

Important Patinated and Gilt Bronze and Italian Red Griotte Marble Mantel Clock "Allegory of Dawn", Empire period

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P167

Claude Galle
Paris, Empire period, circa 1815
Height 79 cm; width 29.5 cm; depth 16 cm
Galle

A Gilt Bronze and Marble Mantel Clock representing Pallas Athena, Empire period

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P160

Charles Dutertre
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
Dutertre - Morlay

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

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P157

Robert Robin (1741-1799)
The Case Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Paris, Directory period, circa 1795
Height 45.5 cm; width 60 cm; depth 15 cm
Robin - Thomire

Rare Burnished and Matte Gilt Bronze and Green Granite Mantel Clock “The Triumphal Chariot of the Young Bacchus”, Directory period

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P156

Jacques-François Vaillant
The Enamel Dial Signed Joseph Coteau (1740-1801)
Undoubtedly Made under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1780-1785
Height 55.5 cm; width 33 cm; depth 13 cm
Vaillant - Coteau - Daguerre

Rare Sèvres Porcelain and Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze Vase Clock, Louis XVI period

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P155

Isabel & Délas à Rouen
The Enamels Attributed to Joseph Coteau
France, Directory period, circa 1795
Height 61 cm; width 31.3 cm; depth 14.8 cm
Isabel & Délas - Coteau

Rare Enamel, Gilt Bronze and White Carrara Marble Skeleton Clock, Directory period

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P154

Deprest
Case Attributed to Bronze Caster Jean-Simon Deverberie
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810-1815
Height 39 cm; width 47.8 cm; depth 13.8cm
Deprest - Deverberie

Rare Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “Cupid’s Chariot”, Empire period

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P148

Lepaute
The Bronze Mounts Attributed to François Rémond
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1790
Height 65 cm; width 40 cm; depth 22 cm
Lepaute - Rémond

Exceptional and Unique Portor Marble, Egyptian Porphyry, Rock Crystal, Malachite Veneer and Matte and Burnished Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock, late Louis XVI period

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P147

Dihl and Guérhard Porcelain Factory, known as the “Duke d’Angoulême’s Factory”
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1790
Height 50 cm; width 31.5cm; depth 18.8 cm
Duke d’Angoulême’s Factory

Rare Paris Bisque Porcelain and Matte and Burnished Gilt Mantel Clock “Cupid Shooting his Arrow”, late Louis XVI period

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P144

Pierre II Gille, known as Gille l’Aîné (1723-1784)
Paris, transition between Louis XV and Louis XVI periods, circa 1765-1770
Height 30.5 cm; width 30.5 cm; depth 13 cm
Gille l’Aîné

Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock with Allegorical Figure, transition between Louis XV and Louis XVI periods

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P143

Bigand
Paris, Transition between Louis XV and Louis XVI periods, circa 1765-1770
Height 30.5 cm; width 30.5 cm; depth 13 cm
Bigand

Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock with Allegorical Figure “Cupid Astronomer”, Transition between Louis XV and Louis XVI periods

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P142

Amant
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1775
Height 50 cm; width 34 cm; depth 21.5 cm
Amant

Rare Gilt and Polychrome Bronze “Au Déserteur” Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P138

Jean-Baptiste-Charles-Gabriel Dubuc, known as “Dubuc the Younger”
The Bronze Mounts attributed to François Rémond
Probably Made under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 70 cm; width 68 cm; depth 18.5 cm
Dubuc - Rémond - Daguerre

Exceptional Neoclassical White Carrara Marble and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “Apollo Citharoedus and the Muses”, Louis XVI period

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P137

Joseph-Marie Revel (d. Paris 1811)
The Enamels Attributed to Joseph Coteau (1740-1801)
Paris, Directory period, circa 1795
Height 44.5 cm, width 27 cm, depth 10 cm
Revel - Coteau

Rare Gilt Bronze, Enamel and White Carrara Marble Skeleton Clock, Directory period

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P136

Laurent Ridel (active circa 1790-1805)
The Enamels Attributed to Joseph Coteau (1740-1801)
Paris, Directory period, circa 1795
Height 53 cm, width 28 cm, depth 12 cm
Laurent Ridel

Rare Gilt Bronze, Enamel, and White Carrara Marble Skeleton Clock, Directory period

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P129

Manière
Case Attributed to Claude Galle
Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805
Height 47 cm; width 29 cm; depth 28 cm
Manière - Galle

Important Red Griotte Marble and Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock with Allegorical Figure, Empire period

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P128

Etienne Lenoir
The Figures After Models Attributed to Etienne-Maurice Falconet
Paris, Neoclassical period, late Louis XV period, circa 1765
Height 44 cm; width 45 cm; depth 15.5 cm
Lenoir - Falconet

Rare Mantel Clock with Gilt and Patinated Bronze Allegorical Figures, Louis XV period

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P127

Teteblanche
Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1745-1755
Height 16.5 cm; width 8.5 cm; depth 5.5 cm
Têteblanche

Rare Rococo Gilt and Silvered Bronze Pendulette de Voyage, Louis XV period

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P126

Le Vol à Paris
Case Attributed to François Rémond
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790
Height 58 cm; width 42 cm; depth 13 cm
Le Vol - Rémond

Rare White Carrara marble and Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P125

Michel Stollenwerck
Case Attributed to Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain
Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1750
Height 22.5cm; width 14 cm; depth 9 cm
Stollenwerck - Saint-Germain

Rare Gilt Bronze Rococo Desk Clock, Louis XV period

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P124

The Movement Attributed to Joseph-Marie Revel
The Bronzes Attributed to François Rémond
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790
Height 51.5 cm; width 30.5cm; depth 16 cm
Revel - Rémond

Important White Marble and Gilt Bronze Sphinx Mantel Clock "The Sacrifice to Love", Louis XVI period

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P123

Attributed to Pierre Gouthière
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790
Height 54.5cm; width 49 cm; depth 10.8 cm
Gouthière

Important White Marble and Gilt Bronze Sphinx Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P121

Case Attributed to Antoine-André Ravrio
Dial Attributed to Parisian Enameller Etienne Gobin, known as Dubuisson
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805-1810
Height 47.5 cm; width 56 cm; depth 13 cm
Ravrio - Dubuisson

Important Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “Diana’s Chariot”, Empire period

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P120

Noël Bourret Rare
After Jean-Antoine Houdon
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 46 cm; width 26 cm; depth 15 cm
Bourret - Houdon

Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “The Kiss”, Louis XVI period

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P118

Case Attributed to Croutelle the Elder
Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze “Noble Savage” Clock “The African Nursemaid”
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 38.5 cm; width 23 cm; depth 11 cm
Croutelle the Elder

Rare Gilt and Patinated Bronze “Noble Savage” Clock “The African Nursemaid”, Empire period

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P117

Lepaute
Bronze Mounts attributed to Robert Osmond
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 46 cm; width 48cm; depth 12 cm
Lepaute - Osmond

Important Clock with Sphinxes in White Marble, Spanish Brocatelle Marble and Gilt Bronze, Louis XVI period

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P116

Bronzes Attributed to François Rémond
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 51 cm; width 56 cm; depth 13 cm
Rémond

Important Gilt Bronze and White Marble Mantle Clock "The Musicians", Louis XVI period

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P115

Claude-Charles-François Filon
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1795
Height 35 cm; width 29 cm; depth 11.5 cm
Filon

Exceptional Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock with Gregorian and Republican Calendars, Directoire period

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P110

Renacle-Nicolas Sotiau
The Enamel Dial by Georges-Adrien Merlet
Under the Supervision of Marchand-Mercier Dominique Daguerre
Royal Sèvres Manufactory, Louis XVI period, 1782
Height 62.5 cm; width 48 cm; depth 16.5 cm
Sotiau - Merlet - Daguerre

An Exceptional Gilt Bronze and Sèvres Porcelain Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P108

Antide Janvier (1751-1835)
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805-1810.
Overall: Height 53.5 cm; width 53.5 cm; depth 12 cm.
Janvier

Exceptional Wall Clock with Double Time Indication, Empire period

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P107

Jacques Mauduit (1736-vers 1800)
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1775
Height 44 cm; width 27 cm; depth 12 cm
Mauduit

Important Gilt and Patinated Bronze Neoclassical Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P106

Jean-Nicolas Schmit (d. circa 1820)
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790
Height 47.5 cm; width 47 cm; depth 13 cm
Schmit

Rare Bisque Porcelain Mantel Clock from the Duc d’Angoulême’s Porcelain Factory, late Louis XVI period

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P104

Lesieur
Case Attributed to Antoine-André Ravrio (1759-1814)
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805-1810
Height 59 cm; width 47 cm; depth 22 cm
Ravrio - Lesieur

Important Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock "Venus Guided by Love", Empire period

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P101

Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790
Height 53.5 cm; width 50 cm; depth 13.5 cm

Important Gilt Bronze and Marble Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P098

Model Attributed to Louis-Simon Deverberie
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1795-1800
Height 29 cm; width 29 cm; depth 9.5 cm
Deverberie

Fine Chased, Gilt, and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock “The Coffee Bearer”, Directoire period

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P097

Jean-Gabriel Imbert, horloger reçu maître en novembre 1776
Case by Michel Poisson, reçu maître fondeur en 1772
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1775 - 1780
Height 48.5 cm; width 31.5 cm; depth 15.5 cm
Imbert - Poisson

Elegant Chased and Gilt Bronze Neo-Classical Clock "Love Conquering Time", Louis XVI period

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P094

Charles-Cécile Filon
Enamel Dial by Joseph Coteau
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height: 65 cm; width 51 cm
Coteau - Filon

Rare Gilt Bronze and White Marble Mantel Clock “Love Crowned by the Graces”, Louis XVI period

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P092

Dieudonné Kinable
Enamel Dial signed by Dubuisson
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790
Height 62 cm; width 26 cm; depth 16 cm
Kinable - Dubuisson

Exceptional Porcelain Lyre Mantel Clock from the Royal Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory, Louis XVI period

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P090

Louis-Antoine Beauvarlet
Case Attributed to Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain
Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock
Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1755-1760
Height 52.5cm; width 34 cm; depth 19 cm
Beauvarlet - Saint-Germain

Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock, Louis XV period

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P086

Gilt Bronze Mounts Attributed to Pierre Gouthière
Important White Marble “Cercles Tournants” Mantel Clock
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1775-1785
Height 39.5cm; width including handles 21 cm; base 11.5 cm x 11.5 cm
Gouthière

Important White Marble “Cercles Tournants” Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P085

Lepaute Horloger du Roi à Paris
Movement attributed to Jean-André and Jean-Baptiste Lepaute
Case by Robert Osmond (1711-1789)
Important Gilt Bronze Cartonnier Mantle Clock “Clockmaker’s Model”
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1775-1780
Height 43.5 cm; width 50.2 cm; depth 25.7cm
Lepaute - Osmond

Important Gilt Bronze Cartonnier Mantle Clock “Clockmaker’s Model”, Louis XVI period

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P082

Jean-Pierre Perache
Case by François-René Morlay
Rare Allegorical Neoclassical Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock
Paris, late Louis XV period, circa 1765-1770
Height 37 cm; width 39.5 cm; depth 20 cm
Perache - Morlay

Rare Allegorical Neoclassical Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock, Louis XV period

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P075

Lépine
Terra Cotta Case Attributed to Louis-Simon Boizot or his Workshop
Rare Terra Cotta “Egyptian” Mantel Clock Egyptian Urania or Allegory of Geometry
Paris, Consulate period, circa 1800
Height 40 cm; width 40 cm; depth 20 cm
Raguet-Lépine - Boizot

Rare Terra Cotta “Egyptian” Mantel Clock Egyptian Urania or Allegory of Geometry, Consulate period

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P073

Dieudonné Kinable
Important Gilt Bronze and Marble Mantel Clock “Domingue, Paul and Virginie”
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1795
Height 62 cm; width 57 cm; depth 18 cm
Kinable

Important Gilt Bronze and Marble Mantel Clock “Domingue, Paul and Virginie”, Directoire period

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P072

Robert Robin (1741-1799)
Case Attributed to Robert Osmond (1711-1789)
Important Chased and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock "Allegory of Knowledge"
Paris, late Louis XV period, circa 1765-1770
Height 52 cm; width 63 cm; depth 26 cm
Robin - Osmond

Important Chased and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “Allegory of Knowledge”, Louis XV period

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P071

Lamiral
Enamel Dial by Joseph Coteau (1740-1812)
Case Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire (1751-1843)
Rare Gilt Bronze and Rouge Griotte Marble Mantel Clock “The Sacrifice to Love”
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1790
Height 46 cm; width 43 cm; depth 13.5 cm
Thomire - Lamiral - Coteau

Rare Gilt Bronze and Rouge Griotte Marble Mantel Clock “The Sacrifice to Love”, Louis XVI period

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P068

Molliens
Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “Allegory of Love and Fidelity”
Paris, Consulate period, circa 1800
Height 48.5 cm; width 32 cm; depth 11.5 cm
Molliens

Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “Allegory of Love and Fidelity”, Consulate period

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P064

Joseph-Marie Revel (d. Paris in 1811), maître horloger parisien le 12 août 1775
Rare Sphinx Mantle Clock
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 52.5 cm; width 32.5 cm; depth 15 cm
Revel

Rare Sphinx Mantle Clock, Louis XVI period

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P062

Case Attributed to Jean-Simon Deverberie (1764 - 1824)
Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “The Magic Lantern”
Paris, Empire period, circa 1800
Height 46 cm, width 24 cm, depth 13 cm
Deverberie

Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “The Magic Lantern”, Empire period

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P057

Louis-François-Amable Molliens
Rare White Marble and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “Cupid and Psyche”
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790
Height 40.5 cm; width 35.5 cm; depth 14 cm
Molliens

Bronze Mantel Clock “Cupid and Psyche”, Louis XVI period

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P056

Louis Bausse
Terra Cotta Figure after a Model by Louis-Simon Boizot (1743-1809)
Rare “Egyptian Caryatid” Terra Cotta Mantel Clock
Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805
Height 50.5 cm; width 17 cm; depth 14 cm
Bausse - Boizot

Egyptian Caryatid” Terra Cotta Mantel Clock, Empire period

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P055

Important Gilt Bronze and Swedish Porphyry War Trophy Mantel Clock
Sweden, Empire period, first third of the 19th century, circa 1815-1820
Height 56 cm; base 17.5 cm x 17.5 cm

Swedish Porphyry War Trophy Mantel Clock, Empire period

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P053

Case Attributed to Jean-Simon Deverberie (1764 - 1824)
Rare Chased and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock “The Temple of Love”
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1795
Height 51 cm; diameter 23 cm
Deverberie

Bronze Mantel Clock “The Temple of Love”, Directoire period

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P051

Charles Leroy à Paris
Case attributed to Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain
Important Chased Gilt and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock "Allegory of Study"
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1770-1775
Height 67.5 cm; width 46.5 cm; depth 23.5 cm
Le Roy - Saint-Germain

Bronze Mantel Clock "Allegory of Study"

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P048

Attributed to Claude Galle (1759-1815)
Important Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 92 cm; width of the figure 35 cm
Galle

The Metamorphosis of Clytia Mantel Clock, Empire period

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P016

Mennessier à Paris
Rare Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock
Paris, Directoire period, circa 1795
Height 42.5 cm; width 26.5 cm; depth 17.5 cm
Mennessier

Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock, Directoire period

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P037

Nicolas-Alexandre Folin
Rare White Marble and Chased Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock "Love and Friendship"
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1780-1785
Height 49 cm; width 36.5 cm; depth 20 cm
Folin

Love and Friendship Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P035

Jacques-Auguste Détour
Important Gilt and Patinated Bronze and White Marble Mantel Clock
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 52.5 cm; width 48 cm; depth 15.3 cm
Détour

Sacrifice to Faithful Love Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P025

A Gilt Bronze Mantle Clock
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 40 cm, width 30 cm, depth 11 cm.
Baffert

The Altar of Venus Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P020

Fine Chased and Gilt Bronze "Cercle Tournant" Clock
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1775-1780
Height 35 cm; width 33.5 cm; depth 23.2 cm

The Altar of Venus, "Cercle Tournant", Louis XVI period

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P018

Gilt Bronze, Enamel and Marble Skeleton Clock with Revolutionary Calendar
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1793-94
Height 41 cm, width 27 cm, depth 14 cm
Laurent

Revolutionary Calendar Skeleton Clock, Louis XVI period

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P008

François-Louis Godon (circa 1740-1800) Horloger de la Chambre du Roi d’Espagne
Rare Hard-Paste Paris Porcelain and Chased and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785
Height 47 cm; width 27 cm; depth 17.5 cm
Godon

Porcelain and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P007

Gabriel-Pierre Peignat, Horloger actif vers 1760-1776 and Elie Barbezat, émailleur actif entre 1768 et 1776
Case Attributed to Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain (1719-1791)
Important Chased Gilt Bronze Neoclassical Mantel Clock
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1770-1775
Height 58.5 cm; width 46 cm; depth 23 cm
Peignat - Barbezat - Saint-Germain

Allegory of Study Mantel clock, Louis XVI period

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P003

Lepaute, horloger du Roi à Paris and case attributed to Robert Osmond
Important Architectural Gilt Bronze Cartonnier Mantel Clock
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1770-1775
Height 39 cm; length 45.5 cm; depth 18.5 cm
Lepaute - Osmond

Cartonnier Mantel Clock, Louis XVI period

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P001

Lepaute Horloger du Roi and Robert Osmond
Rare Finely Chased and Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock
Paris, early Louis XVI period, circa 1775
Height 37.5cm; width 37.5cm; depth 12.5cm
Lepaute - Osmond

The Victory of Science Mantel clock, Louis XVI period

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