Gilt bronze one-eyed clock, allegory of fidelity, 19th century

Gilt bronze mantel clock representing the allegory of fidelity.
Work dating from early 19th century.
Pendulum roadworthy, revised.

1 500 €

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Height17.7 in
Width8.7 in
Depth4.1 in

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Gilt bronze mantel clock representing the allegory of faith: young woman sitting under a tree, bow and quiver, dog leashed, die leaves. An angel is lying in a sheet above the cornice.
Work dating from early nineteenth century (French Empire era).
Revised clock, in working condition.

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