Charles X Portico Pendulum, Marquetry And Gilt Bronze, Circa 1830

19th century
French Restoration, Charles X
From: 89260, La chapelle sur oreuse, France

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    Charles X portico clock, marquetry and gilt bronze, circa 1830.
    Pendulum from the Charles X period around 1830 called "portico" in inlaid veneer on a rosewood background in an antique architectural form represented by 4 columns of Roman Doric order in simulated fluted veneer and gilt bronze for the base and capital , these elements support an entablature inlaid with flowers and foliage surmounted by a blackened cornice, we find the same work of marquetry on the base of the pendulum.
    The movement and the dial are suspended, the enamelled dial has Roman numerals, it is surrounded by a crown decorated in gilded bronze, the balance has identical ornamentation.
    The movement was overhauled a few years ago, the clock works, it comes with a winding key, the gilding of the bronzes is the original and it is in good condition.
    Height: 49cm
    Width: 26cm
    Depth: 14cm

    Ref: TV2A5J04DG

    Style French Restoration, Charles X (Table Clocks and Desk Clocks of French Restoration, Charles X Style)
    Century 19th century (Table Clocks and Desk Clocks 19th century)
    Artist 19th century
    Country of origin 19th century
    Dimensions 19th century
    Length (cm) 19th century
    Width (cm) 19th century
    Height (cm) 19th century
    Depth (cm) 19th century
    Diameter (cm) 19th century
    Weight (Kg) 19th century
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
    Location 89260, La chapelle sur oreuse, France

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