Beautiful cage pendulum gilt bronze with fine gold on a marble base with cherry foliate garlands. The upper terrace adorned with the attributes of love (the quiver and torch ignited) and ribbon bows.Bronze decorations finely gilt, on a background of beveled glass. The dial enamelled with polychrome flower garlands is signed denière bronze manufacturer, and the mechanism in the back with a gold medal in 1828. Beautiful mercury gilding in matte and shiny, our clock is a luxury production the second half of the nineteenth century 1870 This prestigious company was always supplier of royal and imperial courts French, but with a reputation Européene to the united states. Recognized for the high quality of its achievements, she received numerous gold medals at exhibitions and official salons. Our clock dates from the period guillaume denière which resumed following his father in 1844 as head of the large bronzes Parisian house and dorfèvrerie while employing four hundred workers. Luxury on production of older models (like our clock with a known time of louis xvi productions) and modern (together with carrier belleuse example) brings denière performing among others several clocks for the palace of the Tuileries (1852 and 1854 ), a spectacular especially bronze table russian ambassador (1854), decorative bronzes for the Viceroy dégypte (1862), a fireplace insert for napoleon iii (1867), the gates of the throne room for the King of Cambodia and other prestigious orders in the French and European high society. His contributions to the world exhibitions were still awaited and remarked to those legal Barbedienne the house. \Our clock is in very good condition, superb old gilding matt and burnished without any wear, complete decoration, functional mechanism and revised by our watchmaker.
More photos on our website. Beautiful chiseled gilt bronze (ormolu) clock set on a red marble base. Rich ormolu decoration - knots, leaves garland, ribbons and love attributes (quiver & torch) - matt & shiny gilt finish. Signed Deniere (bronze maker), 19th century circa 1870.
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