A clock of the same model but with differences to the mounts was sold from the collection of Evelyn Annenberg Hall, Christie's, New York, 17 May 2006, lot 339 ($22,800, including buyer's premium).
The design for this clock appears as no. 17 of the Livre de desseins in the Doucet Library where it is given to Foullet and described as Cabinet d'Ebènisterie longue piece de table chinoise and costing 144 livres for the gilt version (H. Ottomeyer and P. Pröschel, Vergoldete Bronzen, Munich, 1986, vol. I, fig. 3.2.9). Foullet, who had an important stock of clock cases, also most likely had a commercial catalogue and could either make new cases or simply adapt existing ones.