29 September 1999
A LOUIS XV ORMOLU-MOUNTED TULIPWOOD BRACKET CLOCK
The dial signed Tuhel A PARIS, stamped twice I.JOLLAIN, Circa 1760
The circular white enamelled dial with Arabic and Roman chapter rings and pierced scrolled hands, in a waisted case with a glazed door, glazed sides, and scrolled foliate rocaille mounts, the concave-moulded top mounted surmounted by an asymmetrical rocaille, on a matching waisted bracket, the mounts inscribed '1763' and 'A'
46in. (118.5cm.) high, 18in. (47cm.) wide, 10in. (26.5cm.) deep
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