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Remarkable property pendulum in bronze with brown patina, dating from the end of the 19th century.
It is surmounted by a tall bronze statue depicting a woman from ancient Rome, wearing a peplos and wearing sandals. Her wavy hair, styled in a bun, is accessorized with a thin headband.
A signature "A.D", crowned with a small star, is engraved on the left rear corner of the sculpture.
A second element, in the lower part, has a clock with a sea-green marble dial. It is accompanied on both sides by a plaque made from the same marble.
On both ends of the clock as well as on the side walls, we find figures from Antiquity, in relief, dressed in period draped costumes. They engage in a variety of recreational and enjoyable hobbies such as reading, acting and music. These subjects are subtly patinated, accentuating the details of their features and their clothes. It should be noted that the backdrop on which these decorations are built constitutes an important bronze part, 6 cm wide and 19 cm deep.
This superb set of property rests on a black plinth, with projections, surrounded by a beautiful pronounced molding.
Imbued with realism, elegance and poetry, this important pendulum will seduce you with its prestige and its noble appearance.
Period: Late 19th century.
In a perfect state. Mechanism without lack, to be revised.
Possibility to send more photos on request.
|Style||Rome and ancient Greece (Table Clocks and Desk Clocks of Rome and ancient Greece Style)|
|Century||19th century (Table Clocks and Desk Clocks 19th century)|
|Materials||Patinated Bronze , Glass, Marble|
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 15-30 Business Days|
|Location||44810, Héric, France|
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