Napoleon III clock in monolithic black marble by Mazy (Belgium), very heavy, with its patinated bronze sculpture signed James Pradier (1790 - 1852).
In the upper part, the bronze represents two young women half-naked contemplating a dead bird that holds one of them in the hand.
The lower part, all black marble, is finely cut and with multiple moldings, bearing in its center its dial. The latter, previously changed, is composed of Arabic numerals rigid typography typical of the early twentieth.
The sides are adorned with gilded bronze lion heads with a ring in the mouth.
Inside, the mechanism of the clock is numbered 4262 and punched.
Period: First half nineteenth.
Very good condition, without breakage. Revision of the clock to predict.
Width 43 cm - Depth 23 cm - Height 52 cm
Weight: about 21 Kg.
Ref. : 4 R
Category : Clocks > Clocks
Style : Napoléon III
Period : 19th century
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