Lot n° 256
600 - 800
Result without fees
: 1 200EUR
Etablissements BARBEDIENNE, seconde moitié du XIXème siècle
Copper and gilt bronze and Griotte red marble mantel (recomposed), comprising :
- a boundary clock decorated with friezes of figures in bas-relief, ensigned by a subject representing Laurent the Magnificent after Michelangelo.
Subject signed F. BARBEDIENNE Founder and stamp of the COLLAS process.
Dial signed F. Barbedienne, Paris and stamped Achille Collas, hour-markers painted in gold with Roman numerals for the hours.
Mechanical movement with key winding. Brocot suspension.
58 x 32.5 x 22 cm.
- A pair of candelabra in the Barbedienne style, formed by an ovoid vase with two handles, with a long neck, topped by a wader and four light arms, on a square base in moulded griotte red marble resting on four claw feet.
Height: 58 cm.
Patina wear, scratches, stains, oxidation. Grain marks on the marbles.
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