Lot 211 (Summer Fine Art Auction, 17th July 2019)
A mid-late 19th century French champleve enamel cased carriage clock with an eight day repeater movement striking on a gong, the gilded disc dial populated with enamelled Roman numerals centred with a floral motif and framed within further symmetrical foliate and floral motifs, set beneath a bevelled glass flanked by fluted columns, the gilt brass case decorated throughout with further highly detailed champleve panels in graduating shades of green, white and black on black grounds, with an angular hinged handle, stamped 'Depose' and 'Registered Pattern' to underside, 20 cm high (including handle) 10 cm wide, 9 cm deep, raised on an ebonised cut wooden squared plinth base with bracket supports and raised felt-covered platform (25.5 cm high combined).
Sold for £3,600
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