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Mantel clock - Clockmaker: Étienne I Le Noir (1675–1739) Date: ca. 1745–49 Culture: French (Paris) Medium: Gilt bronze, porcelain

Mantel clock - Clockmaker: Étienne I Le Noir (1675–1739) Date: ca. 1745–49 Culture: French (Paris) Medium: Gilt bronze, porcelain

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Such a beautiful way to keep track of time

Such a beautiful way to keep track of time

An Ansonia "Munich" mantle clock with a porcelain dial and visible escapement. A black clock with metal elements that have a nice patina. This should look good just about anywhere.

An Ansonia "Munich" mantle clock with a porcelain dial and visible escapement. A black clock with metal elements that have a nice patina. This should look good just about anywhere.

Antique English Victorian tortoiseshell & gilt bronze clock signed Mappin & Webb of London. - Gavin Douglas Antiques

Antique English Victorian tortoiseshell & gilt bronze clock signed Mappin & Webb of London. - Gavin Douglas Antiques

Lot: A SUPERB 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GREEN ONYX AND CHAMPLEVE E, Lot Number: 1387, Starting Bid: £900, Auctioneer: John Nicholson Auctioneers, Auction: FINE ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES, Date: May 22nd, 2013 CEST

Lot: A SUPERB 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GREEN ONYX AND CHAMPLEVE E, Lot Number: 1387, Starting Bid: £900, Auctioneer: John Nicholson Auctioneers, Auction: FINE ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES, Date: May 22nd, 2013 CEST

French porcelain and ormolu mantel clock (c. 1880 - France)

French porcelain and ormolu mantel clock (c. 1880 - France)

Boudoir clock  Clockmaker: Firm of Jaquet-Droz & Leschot, London and Geneva  (1752–1791)  Date: ca. 1784–91

Boudoir clock Clockmaker: Firm of Jaquet-Droz & Leschot, London and Geneva (1752–1791) Date: ca. 1784–91

ANTIQUE 19TH C. FRENCH S. MARTI FIGURAL GILT & WHITE MARBLE

ANTIQUE 19TH C. FRENCH S. MARTI FIGURAL GILT & WHITE MARBLE

Pocket watches and flowers. Two of the same, counting down the days, second by second, petal by petal.

Pocket watches and flowers. Two of the same, counting down the days, second by second, petal by petal.

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