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French Empire, circa 1810, bronze and ormolu mantel clock depicting the grape harvest, the movement set in the wine hat.

French Empire, circa bronze and ormolu mantel clock depicting the grape harvest, the movement set in the wine hat.

Neoclassical Mantel Clock 'Psyche & Cupid', Paris,

Neoclassical Mantel Clock 'Psyche & Cupid', Paris,

A Directoire ormolu and patinated bronze mantel Clock<br>circa 1800, the dial signed <em>Gratte a Paris</em> | Lot | Sotheby's

A Directoire ormolu and patinated bronze mantel Clock circa the dial signed Gratte a Paris — USD.

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Large French Empire Mantel Clock 'Genie et Imagination', Clodion circa 1810 | From a unique collection of antique and modern clocks at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/clocks/

Large French Empire Mantel Clock 'Genie et Imagination', Clodion circa 1810

Large French Empire Mantel Clock 'Genie et Imagination', Clodion circa 1810 | From a unique collection of antique and modern clocks at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/clocks/

A fine French Empire ormolu and bronze urn mantel clock, circa 1800

A fine French Empire ormolu and bronze urn mantel clock, circa 1800 - Gude & Meis

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FRENCH LOUIS XVI MARBLE AND ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK

A French Louis XVI marble and ormolu mantel clock, Baudin circa 1770 - Gude & Meis

In the Catherine Palace, Russia, a mantel clock incorporating a bronze figure of Julius Caesar, made by Lucien François Feuchère (no later than 1817)

In the Catherine Palace, Russia, a mantel clock incorporating a bronze figure of Julius Caesar, made by Lucien François Feuchère (no later than

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Levol, An Empire mantel clock by Levol and housed in a case attributed to either Pierre-Philippe Thomire or André-Antoine Ravrio, Paris, date circa 1810

A fine French patinated and gilt bronze mantel clock, circa 1800

A fine French patinated and gilt bronze mantel clock, circa 1800 - Gude & Meis

Mantel clock made for George III | Blue john case with gilt bronze mounts and an enamel dial with blued steel pierced hands by Matthew Boulton (1728-1809) and Wright’s eight day striking movement, 1771.

Mantel clock made for George III. Blue john case with gilt bronze mounts and an enamel dial with blued steel pierced hands by Matthew Boulton and Wright’s eight day striking movement -

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