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Art/Decorative, Fine Art(237 Lots)
October 15, 2002
Description: A SCOTTISH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK EARLY 19TH CENTURY the 31,5cm painted dial signed M Templeton, Beith, with subsidiary dials for seconds and date, the spandrels painted with the Four Seasons, the arch with a further painted panel entitled 'The Cotter's Saturday Night' from the eponymous poem by Robert Burns first published in 1786 with damaged bell-striking movement contained in an architectural hood with moulded pediment, the moulded glazed hood door flanked by concave supports, with pierced sides, the trunk with rectangular door and canted corners, on a panelled plinth with bun feet, painted pendulum, winder and weights, lock lacking, 211cm high IllustratedView additional info »
Description: AN AUSTRIAN SKELETON CLOCK CIRCA 1830 the 11cm porcelain dial signed Joh Georg ***, with blue painted roman numerals, enclosed in a silvered dial surmounted by foliate scroll cresting, the lyre-shaped back support indistinctly stamped with a Viennese maker's mark, with three train quarter striking movement and pierced pendulum, supported on two brass columns entwined with vines and surmounted by angels, the oval moulded brass base mounted on a rectangular wooden plinth, with later metal-mounted glass case, two winders, 40cm high E8000-12000 Illustrated oppositeView additional info »
Description: A PORCELAIN CLOCK GARNITURE, AUSTRIAN LATE 19TH CENTURY the 9,5cm enamel dial with figured arabic numerals, with bell-striking movement, the backplate inscribed with crossed arrows, contained in an arched porcelain and gilded case surmounted by an urn, the front and sides applied with three painted and printed plaques with portraits including Louis XVI, after Josephe Boze, Marie Antoinette, after Lebrun, and another with the initial P, divided by pilasters, on scrolling bracket feet, winder, 47cm high, flanked by a pair of urns and covers printed and painted with neo-classical scenes, repairs to finials (3)View additional info »
Description: A BLACK SLATE MANTLE CLOCK FRENCH 19TH CENTURY 9cm dial with gilded roman numerals, indistinctly inscribed with the maker's name and Paris the bell-striking movement contained in a rectangular breakfront case surmounted by a bronze figure seated on a shaped oval base signed A Carrier, the dial flanked by gilt-metal panels with scenes from Virgil's Georgics and The Aeneid respectively, with gilt-metal mounts, the sides applied with lion mask-and-ring handles, on bracket feet, 47cm highView additional info »
Description: A CONTINENTAL GILT-METAL COMTOISE CLOCK 19TH CENTURY the chipped 24cm enamel dial signed Crocombette a Noiretable and with roman numerals, the 8-day movement contained in a traditional case pressed with a scene of Christ bearing the Cross within scrolling leafage, with heavy brass pendulum, two weights, 147cm highView additional info »