The present clock is probably of the same type, representing Study, as that sold by Ledure in Wurzburg in 1813 for 800 Francs. The model is illustrated by Ottomeyer and Proschel, Vergoldete Bronzen, Munich, 1986, Vol I, p. 349, fig. 5.6.8. dated as circa 1814 and residing in the British Embassy in Paris.
Pierre-Victor Ledure (b. 1783), was a marchand-fabricant of bronzes and clocks. His workshop is recorded from 1813 to 1840, first in the rue Neuve des Petis-Champs and later in the rue Vivienne.
A related example dated to circa 1802-3, with replaced movement by Vulliamy & Son, no. 492, London, 1811, formerly at Knole, Kent, can be found in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (see R. Baarsen, Paris 1650-1900, Decorative Arts in the Rijksmueum, Yale University Press, New Haven and London, in association with the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 2013, p. 458, cat no. 113).