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A LOUIS PHILIPPE ORMOLU-MOUNTED AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK
A LOUIS PHILIPPE ORMOLU-MOUNTED AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK
A LOUIS PHILIPPE ORMOLU-MOUNTED AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK
A LOUIS PHILIPPE ORMOLU-MOUNTED AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK
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A LOUIS PHILIPPE ORMOLU-MOUNTED AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK

SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY, THE DIAL SIGNED DENIER A PARIS

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A LOUIS PHILIPPE ORMOLU-MOUNTED AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK
SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY, THE DIAL SIGNED DENIER A PARIS
Of classical form with twin barrel movement, the dial with Roman numerals, set into a tree stump flanked by a satyr draped in a lion skin and playing the flute, on a stepped base applied with bucolic symbols, terminating in faun-mask and goat-hoof feet
19. 1/2 in. (49.5 cm.) high; 14 in. (36 cm.) wide; 5 in. (13 cm.) deep

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The figure is after a 2nd-century Roman marble statue in the Louvre 'Satyre fluteur' (inventory number Ma 595), itself reputedly based on a lost bronze statue by Lysippos.

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