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 Wall Cartel “The Chinese Astronomer” The “Prince de Soubise” Model, Louis XV 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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CA60

Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
An Important Pair of Large Gilt and Patinated Bronze Seven-Light Neoclassical Candelabra with Matte and Burnished Finishing
The Priestesses
Paris, Empire period, circa 1805-1810
Height 129.5 cm; width of the light branches 34 cm; width of the bases 27.5 cm
Thomire

An Important Pair of Large Gilt and Patinated Bronze Seven-Light Neoclassical Candelabra with Matte and Burnished Finishing, Empire 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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O041

Adam Weisweiler Made
Under the Supervision of Daguerre & Lignereux
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790
Height 95 cm; width 133.5 cm; depth 58.5 cm
Stamp: A. WEISWEILER
Weisweiler

Important Pair of Yew-Veeered and Gilt Bronze “à brisure” Commodes, Louis XVI 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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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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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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O031

Jacob-Desmalter
Bronze Mounts Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 108 cm; width 179 cm; depth 49 cm
Marque au fer of the Château de Rosny: R15.
Jacob-Desmalter - Thomire

Exceptional Mahogany Console with Ebony Veneering and Finely Chased and Gilt Bronze Mounts, Empire 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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O018

Attributed to the Imperial Lapidary Workshop in Ekaterinburg
Russia, first third of the 19th century, circa 1815
Height 71.5 cm; diameter 48 cm; base 36.2 cm x 36.2 cm

Fine and Large Malachite and Chased Gilt Bronze Tazza, first third of the 19th century

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