Walnut floor clock by Robin, Louis XVI period

Beautiful wooden floor clock in solid walnut, richly decorated.
Work Louis XVI, signed Robert ROBIN (1742-1799) famous Parisian clockmaker.

4 500 €

Data sheet

Height8 ft.
Width15.7 in.
Depth9.3 in.

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Beautiful molded solid walnut floor clock, decorated with ovals, pearls, wolf teeth, pilasters with rudent grooves and walnut veneer.
The hat head let us see the enamel dial signed by Robin in Paris and two beautiful needles cut, chiseled and gilded. It is set on a gilded platinum with a pediment carved with engraved leaves. Gilded bronze spandrels are attached to each corner.
The facade panels of the body and the base are inlaid with bottomless cubes, forming stars framed by double intertwined strings.
The side panels (body and pedestal) are diagonally plated, cut by vertical threads plated against the direction.
Enclosed with bronze lock and beautiful hinges on the doors.
The movement is signed on the back plate and has been completely revised.
Parisian work particularly neat by Robert ROBIN (1742-1799) famous Parisian clockmaker.

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