London, South Kensington
11 July 2006
A French bronze and pink marble novelty striking mantel clock, circa 1890
Modelled as the Eiffel tower, with beaded brass bezel to the dial with skeletonised mask to the off white enamel Arabic chapter ring, blued steel hands, the eight day twin barrel movement with strike on bell -- 48¾ in. (124 cm.) high; pendulum
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