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Decorative Art, Fine Art, Jewels, Books(568 Lots)
November 21, 2006
Description: An oak and mahogany longcase clock, English, early 19th century, the 30cm arched painted dial signed J P Vibert, Penzance, with rolling moon in the arch, secondary seconds dial and date aperture, with eight day bell-striking movement, hood with swan-neck pediment and ring-turned columns, the trunk with fluted columns on a moulded plinth, with restoration and faults, 227cm highView additional info »
Description: A walnut and inlaid longcase clock, English, circa 1720, the 27cm square dial signed David Compigne, Wintonis, with matted centre, silvered chapter ring, Roman numerals, ringed winding holes, date aperture, secondary seconds dial, mask spandrels, the eight-day movement striking on a bell, in a walnut case with lenticle, panels of stained marquetry on an ebonised ground and barley twist columns to hood, with restoration and faults, 205cm highView additional info »
Description: An attractive French Louis XV-style gilt bronze mantel clock, circa 1860, the 8cm gilt dial with cartouche numerals, pierced hands, bell- striking movement signed H. I. Marc, Paris, in a cast gilt bronze Rococo case surmounted by a Bacchic child, another at the base with a prancing goat, surrounded by a fruiting vine, 41cm high, back cover missingView additional info »
Description: A gilt-brass and black marble mantel clock, French, late 19th century, the 10,5cm black dial signed Guiton et Cie, Paris, Roman numerals, the gong-striking movement contained in a drum case between figures of a classical woman and a child reading, on a rectangular base, 44cm highView additional info »
Description: A German walnut wall clock, late 19th century, the 16cm square white painted and stencilled dial with Roman numerals, gong-striking movement, a borometer and thermometer in the trunk, 101cm highView additional info »