Clock, woman with the bath, gilded bronze, XIX°.

19th century
Second Empire style, Napoleon III style
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From: 33260, La Teste de Buch, France

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    Very beautiful and elegant clock of a woman in the Antique style in the bath.
    In gilded bronze with double patina, matt and gilded.
    In good condition, tiny little trace of the normal time the movement although complete with its wire balance and its key, requires a revision of use for a good functioning.
    It has a rich decoration of a woman in the antique bathing in a stream, garlands of flowers.
    White enamel frame , signed C.Detouche , 228/230 Rue Saint Martin in Paris .
    Very beautiful work of the second half of the nineteenth century, and great originality in the flowers.
    Weight : 4800 gr .
    Dimensions : Height : 33 cm , Length : 40,5 cm . Width : 13 cm .

    Ref: RHPZTL855S

    Style Second Empire style, Napoleon III style (Table Clocks and Desk Clocks of Second Empire style, Napoleon III style Style)
    Century 19th century (Table Clocks and Desk Clocks 19th century)
    Country of origin France
    Artist C.Detouche à Paris
    Length (cm) 40.5 cm
    Width (cm) 13 cm
    Height (cm) 33 cm
    Weight (Kg) 4.8
    Materials Gilt bronze
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 1 Business Day
    Location 33260, La Teste de Buch, France

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