A beautiful 19th century French red Sevres Porcelain 8 day bell striking mantle clock circa 1860.
Dial: Red sevres porcelain open dial, roman numerals, original gold french hands – dial in great condition with no damage only very minimal wear to gilt.
Movement: 8 day french bell striking movement with brass pendulum & new winding key – very clean and working perfectly, strikes the bell on the half and full hours.
Date: Circa – 1860
Maker: No makers marks to movement, case stamped brunfaut.
Dimensions: 15.75″ high x 11″ wide x 5″ deep (inches)
Description: The clock has a elegant case with a urn top various scroll motifs and embossed work, the case stands on 6 double bun feet and displays very well.
The case has a porcelain urn to top with 2 porcelain finials to the sides, one central shepherd and shepherdess painted scene and a matching porcelain convex dial – all porcelain panels are in great condition with no damage and only very minimal wear to gilt.
The clock is in great condition for its age as I’m sure you can see from the photographs and has been properly refurbished at some point.
Don’t miss this very rare and impressive french porcelain 8 day bell strike mantel clock! Local collection preferred. UK only…