Louis xvi bronze clock finely gilt. The box-shaped \This particular and famous blue color dune because it comes originally created in 1753 by the Manufacture de Vincennes (later to become the Royal Manufactory of Sèvres) for a porcelain service for Louis XV. The housing has a decorated dune frieze ribbons bezel, a base decorated dune frieze sheets dacanthes based on other sheets dacanthes carved in the round. The top covering the dial is decorated with sculptures in the round of birds on a bouquet of flowers and surrounded by vegetable garlands. The round dial houses a mechanism, signed guillon, burgundy, and has two rows of royal blue figures: the first Roman numeral denotes the hours and second, in Arabic numerals mark the minutes; the mechanism of the working clock.Working the late nineteenth century. Contact us for a transport quotation within 24 hours, including internationally. The item \The seller is \This article can be shipped worldwide.