Porcelain clock Jacob style Small rocaille

980
19th century
Second Empire style, Napoleon III style
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From: 75018, Paris, France

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    Rococo cartel clock in the style of Jacob Petit to pose, its porcelain base, with polychrome decoration of bouquets of flowers, with a green and pink background highlighted with golden combs. Original wire movement, functional and revised by a watchmaker for sale. Small losses on the top back of the base, on the top of the clock (see photos), Very refined, Paris, 19th century.

    Dimensions:
    Height: 45 cm;
    Width: 25cm

    On Jacob Petit (1796 - 1868):
    Jacob Petit (real name Jacob Mardochee) is a 19th century French porcelain maker. Its name remains attached to the originality of its production. Abundant and diverse, once considered to be exuberantly in bad taste, his pieces are today sought after for their originality and the richness of their polychromy. His style has inspired many other Parisian porcelain makers who produced quality works that have nothing to envy to the originals.

    Ref: 5IPNVGKQVV

    Style Second Empire style, Napoleon III style
    Century 19th century
    Width (cm) 25
    Height (cm) 45
    Materials Porcelain
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 75018, Paris, France

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